Missile attack reportedly kills 3 Syrian journalists in embattled country

BEIRUT - Three journalists from the Syrian opposition television channel Orient News were killed in the southwest of the country when a missile hit their vehicle, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said late on Tuesday.
The US-based media advocacy group said the journalists had been killed on Monday near Sheik Meskin, a town at the center of a battle between Syrian government forces and insurgents in Deraa province.
Quoting the channel, the CPJ said those killed were correspondents Rami Asmi and Yousef El-Dous and cameraman Salem Khalil and that the Syrian military had targeted the men.
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