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The Guardian partially transcribes the interview:
"The time for talking is absolutely over. Now the massacre and the killing is at full tilt," Conroy tells Sky News correspondent Lisa Holland.
"People brought me half a baby, and saying save my baby. Where is the help? And I have no answer.
"It's not a war, it's a massacre. It's a massacre. There is no power. There is no water. Food is down to biscuits. Snow is falling. It's more than a catastrophe.
"In years to come we're going to sit, and we're gonna go, how did we let this happen under our nose? Once the cameras are gone, I fear for what's happening. There was no restraint with cameras there.
Holland: "What do you think the people of Homs would say?"
Conroy: "Forget the geopolitics--Do something. As I talk to you now, people are dying."
Holland: "How many are there?"
Conroy: "There's still thousands of people in Homs. People seem to think they've all fled. They haven't. Rooms full of people six to a bed. Waitng to die. Waiting for nothing but the moment when the soldiers come in. The shells come through the door."