The revolution continues in Syria, and TV news correspondents continue to put themselves at risk to report from the country.
On Fox News, Steve Harrigan had some close calls with the Syrian military when he was in Syria this week, and later on told anchor Shepard Smith “I’m not going to put up another satellite antenna in Syria until Assad is out of power,” because of the danger.
On CNN, Ben Wedeman and his team were worried that a war plane flying overhead might attack the building they took shelter in:
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