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Very confident -- yesterday as she was trying to escape the building with her.
They had been consistently shelved by -- Syrian forces.
They -- eleven rockets in two minutes and in a break in the rocket fire she was trying to escape the building and that's when apparently.
She was that kid and and instantly killed she was.
A fearless extraordinary.
But I think her death highlights.
I Harris as you say not only the difficulty.
I'm bringing this story into people's living rooms and around the kitchen tables but also being.
Every day in Middle Eastern reporting I mean I can just I've been covering this -- -- long time I never remember.
A period that has been and so fraught with danger.
And risk for their correspondents.
Involved and as a result we have had so many deaths and injuries.
I mean that our profession is getting to be one that is extremely hiring.
This is where the extinction of whatever the words that's happening exactly in the nation back and you know I think extension because it sometimes really hard is that happened with -- to get out of the way and I thought in -- of -- with one of our colleagues here at Fox News Channel.
-- -- -- -- I know you've written about this journalists is in danger -- this new.
But he's saying it is.
Progressive now yes because.
Because that's part of the world was kind of exploding isn't -- -- -- have all I have to visit part of each of us who tell that the story's been a little nervous about us.
That was -- -- -- got a double blast that I of just wanting to go over the story.
Yes and sometimes you have to really pull yourself back.
There are many correspondents.
That simply refused to go to homes in Syria.
You know if -- can't -- and if it's just deemed to be too dangerous.
There are many instances I I have to say this kind of later on in my career where I simply said no the risk is not worth it.
But it's very hard to do that and this -- is a very competitive business so.
You know you want to get the story and I think this is where gender actually does play a role women in particular.
I want to feel having been denying for so many years of -- to go out and cover these stories and -- in the -- in the fray.
We want to show that we're just as brave courageous -- with -- as anyone else have we can go get the story and -- proved that.
Year after year week after week with extraordinary.
War reporting from all over the globe but.
The price was horrendous the price on handling the price on friends that it's just.
Did very telling journalists are being targeted event -- -- -- have a good and a half they didn't hear that she was targeted possibly -- Syrian authorities to think that's becoming sort of.
Commonplace I think it is becoming commonplace -- -- live messenger when you stop that footage from getting out you know the night before she actually been on CNN.
Talking about what it's like.
-- of shrapnel wounds unable to be treated because there are no doctors because it's too.
Too dangerous to get into how the night before she was in night before she was telling the world yes -- it and similar scenario exactly some military friends of mine who knew her when we were -- in Iraq together.
Called and they said what is she doing there it is way too dangerous.
But -- -- told -- that always there's so many things that we would have that we would never -- and these are the people who are.
Letting us know about the -- parity of this regime about the cruelty of this regime.
You know the last time his father did this Musharraf son's father Hafez Assad who is regarded as the great -- in the great strategists in the Middle East.
He -- between twenty and 30000 people in the city of Hamas.
That's one of the largest cities in Syria but there were no cameras there were no there yeah.
Now there cameras and -- there.
Bringing us facts that Musharraf -- not they may not -- -- Barbara Walters no matter how hard you try.
You act as a result.
The truth is known now the issue is what will the world do about it will permit this water to continue.
And what does one do about it if one arms -- inside Jerusalem.
We create I'm -- we haven't even heard his Senator John McCain we've heard others talk about arming rebels we have this conversation in a different.
Country not long ago in Olympia had it's a tough decision to make -- -- sorry for the loss your personal loss different for all of us who are journalists -- a loss.
And as -- pointed out sometimes we are targeted at her bravery.
Is not going -- we heard that we learned a whole lot in the last report and amplifier.
And -- -- to her being thank you for having.
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