Sunday Times' Colvin Dedicated Life to Her Craft
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For Rosemarie Colvin, the news of her daughter, Marie Colvin's death in Syria is still sinking in. But the legacy Marie leaves behind is providing comfort to her loved ones.(Feb. 22)

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HEADLINE:Sunday Times' Colvin dedicated life to her craft---------------------------------------CAPTION: For Rosemarie Colvin, the news of her daughter, Marie Colvin's death in Syria is still sinking in. But the legacy Marie leaves behind is providing comfort to her loved ones.(Feb. 22) ----------------------------------------[Location - Date:] New York; Homs, Syria[Source:] AP Television, A Haber, AP Photos[VO:][VOICE-OVER][Location - Date:East Norwich, Long Island, New York - February 22, 2012 ,][Location - Date:Homs, Syria, A Haber] FOR ROSEMARIE COLVIN, THE NEWS OF HER DAUGHTER, MARIE COLVIN'S DEATH IN SYRIA IS STILL SINKING IN. [Location - Date:AP Photos] ONE OF MARIE'S LAST CONVERSATIONS WAS WITH HER EDITOR AT THE SUNDAY TIMES ABOUT HOW SHE WANTED TO FINISH THE STORY.[SOT/:(Rosemarie Colvin, mother of slain journalist, Marie Colvin)]("She told him that she was on the story that was important and she wanted to finish it and that she would leave today. And that's really hard because it's just one day.")[Location - Date:Homs, Syria, A Haber] [Location - Date:AP Photos] [Location - Date:Homs, Syria, A Haber] [Location - Date:AP Photos] COLVIN AND FRENCH PHOTOJOURNALIST REMI OCHLIK WERE KILLED AS SYRIAN FORCES SHELLED THE OPPOSITION STRONGHOLD OF HOMS.COLVIN HAD BEEN A FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT FOR THE SUNDAY TIMES FOR MORE THAN 25 YEARS, MAKING A SPECIALTY OF REPORTING FROM THE WORLD'S MOST DANGEROUS PLACES. [Location - Date:East Norwich, Long Island, New York - February 22, 2012 ,]AND HER MOTHER SUPPORTED HER EVERY STEP OF THE WAY, EVEN AS THE DANGERS OF THE JOB BECAME MORE AND MORE EVIDENT.[SOT/:(Rosemarie Colvin, mother of slain journalist, Marie Colvin)]"Everything is different now because it is instant and you know what is happening almost as it's happening. Years ago I would only find out about how dangerous it was afterwards. So now it's a little harder. You know, I would know when she is in a place and what is happening in that place is so current. So it's a lot more of a worry in the last few years that it used to be.[Location - Date:Homs, Syria, A Haber] WEEKS OF SHELLING HAVE LEFT HUNDREDS DEAD, WITH THE LATEST FURTHER GALVANIZING INTERNATIONAL PRESSURE ON PRESIDENT BASHAR ASSAD'S REGIME.[Location - Date:Washington, DC - AP Television] [SOT/:Jay Carney, White House Press Secretary]"It's a reminder to that the victims are many and overwhelmingly in this case they are innocent Syrian civilians. The brutality of the Assad regime becomes ever more apparent each day, as each day goes by."[Location - Date:East Norwich, Long Island, New York - February 22, 2012 ,]AND NOW, COLVIN'S RELATIVES ARE DEALING WITH HER LEGACY, ONE THAT SHE CRAFTED, AND UNDOUBETLT ONE THAT ALL JOURNALISTS ASPIRE TO.[SOT/:William Colvin, brother of slain journalist, Marie Colvin:]"She always wanted to get the story out for the people, what was going on. She always tried to bear witness to what was happening and get the story right. That's what she did." [Location - Date:AP Photos] COLVIN AND OCHLIK'S DEATHS COME JUST WEEKS AFTER AWARD-WINNING FRENCH TV REPORTER GILLES JACQUIER WAS KILLED COVERING THE CONFLICT IN HOMS.[SIGOUT/REPORTER, LOCATION, ASSOCIATED PRESS](****END****) ANCHOR VOICE: -------------------------VIDEO PRODUCER: ---------------------------VIDEO SOURCE: -----------------------VIDEO APPROVAL: ----------------------------VIDEO RESTRICTIONS: ----------------------------------MARKET EMBARGO (S): --------------------------------SCRIPT/WIRE SOURCE: