Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
-- Syria continue to slaughter of its own people today as it has each day for months now even as the world leaders turn up the heat on that regime.
More bomb blasts rock the rebel stronghold of homes.
Fox News cannot independently verify the authenticity of this amateur video but human rights groups are reporting three weeks of attacks.
Have left that city in a shambles and killed hundreds of people's.
Including children and two western journalists one of them American.
There are reports that Syrian forces may have targeted those journalists and tracking satellite signals.
Protesters staged a large rallies to honor the victims and slammed the regime.
We're told police fired tear gas to break up the crowds.
Tomorrow representatives from more than seventy nations will meet in Tunisia.
To discuss ways to stop the bloodshed the United States among what they're calling friends of Syria.
Tomorrow we will be discussing a range of options.
-- tightening sanctions to increasing humanitarian relief to.
But one big problem here Russia and China still reject any foreign interference in Syria those two nations.
Vetoed last month's united nations Security Council condemnation.
The Fox Report chief correspondent Jonathan Hunt is with us tonight and this really -- his friends of -- meeting it's likely I'm told to come up with some specific demands.
Let's -- the -- of the seven -- so foreign ministers will be meeting in Tunisia is to -- the meeting with a joint statement which will -- on president Assad.
To implement an immediate cease fire.
And also to a -- free and unimpeded access.
For the United Nations officials and humanitarian agencies to try to get aid into cities like homes which have been the scene of so much violence of course president does that has so -- -- did very little attention.
To any international demands no signs that he is -- -- to change the United Nations by the way and -- -- -- late this evening.
That they have now appointed former Secretary General.
Kofi and and as a special envoy to Syria in the hopes that he might be able to make a difference what we're hearing from some members of the media in the wake of the death of the two journalists -- you remember that Marie Colvin and legendary reporter with the London Sunday Times.
And the young up French photographer -- Salt Lake wood killed two days ago when they what Sheldon by Syrian tanks.
That's some of the other journalists who will win them at the time the -- wounded.
In that attack and some of those -- speaking out today in a video apparently made and released by opposition activists listen.
And I -- -- -- -- -- and I've got a broken leg at the level of the -- on the vertical side all the way down and also in the horizontal side.
I need to be operated on as soon as possible.
Obviously any any assistance that can convince him -- Government agencies will be welcome and we'll work on the same.
And premised on the ground just any help possible and I'm just really show from my friends and England.
-- -- okay.
The French president Nicholas Sarkozy by the way among those suggesting today that those journalists work deliberately targeted and they're off -- other suggestions tonight.
That the Syrian authorities are refusing.
To allow the bodies of Marie Colvin.
And -- off -- to be flown home for burials for journalists waiting at the border saying we're not leaving without the remains of these people -- -- know being given the and Jonathan Hunt thank you.
Filter by section