Marie Colvin

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Patch Writer Puffs up CNN's Amanpour - Posted February 13, 2013
Citizen journalism is where it's at, except maybe not for Robert Makofsky, a writer for the Port Jefferson Patch. Makofksy ... [PRNewser]

Patch Writer Puffs up CNN's Amanpour - Posted February 13, 2013
Citizen journalism is where it's at, except maybe not for Robert Makofsky, a writer for the Port Jefferson Patch. Makofksy ... [FishbowlDC]

OC Convoy on Its Way to Meet with Family of Slain Syria Journalist - Posted March 9, 2012
Two vans, 12 passengers and "Free Syria" logos painted on the side of each vehicle. Those are the basics of the cross-country "Marie Colvin convoy," which departed Anaheim yesterday for New York City. The group expects their caravan to have grown much larger by the time they arrive in Manhattan for... [FishbowlLA]

FNC's 'War Stories' a Tribute to Marie Colvin - Posted February 26, 2012
Tonight Fox News presents a 2004 edition of "War Stories with Oliver North" as a special tribute to journalist Marie Colvin, who ... [TVNewser]

Marie Colvin's Sister to CNN: 'I Really Thought She Would Get Out' - Posted February 23, 2012
Just two days after Marie Colvin was killed in Syria, the journalist's family was on CNN's "StartingPoint" this morning. "I really thought she would get out," Colvin's sister told Soledad O'Brien... [TVNewser]

Two Journalists Killed in Syria - Posted February 22, 2012
The New York Times is reporting that Marie Colvin and R mi Ochlik, both working in Syria, were killed yesterday. Colvin, an Oyster Bay native, was on assignment for the Sund... [Fishbowl NY]

Two Journalists Killed in Syria - Posted February 22, 2012
The New York Times is reporting that Marie Colvin and R mi Ochlik, both working in Syria, were killed yesterday. Colvin, an Oyster Bay native, was on assignment for the Sund... [FishbowlNY]

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