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Marie Colvin Convoy for Freedom of Syria arrives at Marie Colvin's family home - East Norwich, NY - Mar 16, 2012 (credit: Sophia Hall / WCBS 880)

Syrians Honor Fallen Journalist Marie Colvin At L.I. Home

About two dozen Syrians from around the United States paid tribute to slain journalist Marie Colvin with a visit to her family’s New York home.

03/16/2012

Seetharams Sivam (C) and Varatharajah Suppiah (R) and other members of the Tamil American community hold signs of support after the funeral of slain correspondent Marie Colvin at St. Dominic's Catholic Church on March 12, 2012 in Oyster Bay, New  York. (Photo credit: STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)

Syrians To Honor Slain Journalist Marie Colvin At Family’s L.I. Home

The Marie Colvin Convoy for Freedom of Syria, which started in Los Angeles last week, is expected to arrive at the East Norwich home of Colvin’s family on Friday.

03/15/2012

Marie Colvin (credit: Handout)

Body Of Slain Journalist Marie Colvin Returns To NY

The-56-year-old from Oyster Bay was killed last month along with a French photographer while covering the violence in the Syrian city of Homs.

03/06/2012

The coffin of journalist Marie Colvin of the Sunday Times is carried on to an ambulance in Damascus on March 3, 2012. (Photo credit: ANWAR AMRO/AFP/Getty Images)

Body Of Slain Journalist Marie Colvin Turned Over To Embassy Officials In Syria

Colvin, a Long Island native who worked for Britain’s Sunday Times, was killed along with French photographer late last month during shelling inside the besieged city of Homs.

03/03/2012

Marie Colvin (credit: Handout)

Family Of Marie Colvin, Journalist From L.I. Killed In Syria, Starts Memorial Fund

Oyster Bay native Marie Colvin died Wednesday in a rocket attack on the besieged city of Homs. The 56-year-old was an award-winning journalist who worked for Britain’s The Sunday Times.

02/25/2012

Marie Colvin (credit: Handout)

Journalist Marie Colvin, L.I. Native, Killed In Syria

Marie Colvin, an award-winning journalist who worked for Britain’s The Sunday Times, died Wednesday from government shelling in the city of Homes.

02/22/2012