Martin Chulov of The Guardian reports from a small town near the city of Homs in Syria. He describes the rockets that fall down on the city, and the seemingly impossibility to flee the city or its surroundings. At a makeshift medical center at the heart of the town, dead and severely wounded man are carried in and treated with the few medical resources that are left. The author describes the chaos and the innumerable amount of new patients been carried in. Doctors and rebellions describe their determination but also their worries: “They are coming for us now. It is going to be very bad.”
The Guardian, United Kingdom.