- Fleeing Homs with tales of slaughter 03:45
- Photo journalist on violence in Homs 04:23
- Syria rebels leave Homs bastion 02:11
- French reporter seeks evacuation 03:09
- Marie Colvin and Remi Ochlik killed 03:07
- Marie Colvin reports from Homs 03:00
- Bombardment of city 'intensifies' 02:20
- Inside Homs: 'No food, no water' 00:51
- Death and defiance in Homs 02:09
- BBC's Paul Wood describes shelling 04:14
- Activist calls from basement hideout 04:19
- 'Lucky to be alive' in Baba Amr 04:33
- Analysis of ongoing conflict in Syria 03:00
Opposition and human rights activists say an estimated 700 people have been killed in Homs since rockets and mortars began hitting homes in the city's opposition-dominated districts on 4 February. Tanks and troops entered the protest centre of Baba Amr on 1 March after the rebel Free Syrian Army announced a "tactical withdrawal".
Homs has been a focus of anti-government unrest since demonstrations against President Bashar al-Assad erupted in March 2011. The UN says more than 7,500 people have been killed by security forces across the country. The government says at least 1,345 members of the security forces have been killed combating what it calls "armed gangs and terrorists", and puts the number of civilians killed at 2,493.