2127 GMT: A new Tweet by the activist "Sami" who is inside Homs:
Earlier, Sami spoke to NPR's Andy Carvin, and said that electricity, and water, was cut for much of the city.
2111 GMT: Reuters, citing several sources, says that wounded French journalist Edith Bouvier has arrived in Lebanon. French President Sarkozy also told Reuters that he spoke to Bouvier, and she will be flown back on a government plane.
Sarkozy sparked a false rumor earlier this week that Bouvier was free, but this seems like a legitimate report.
2103 GMT: An explosive allegation from a major opposition group in Syria tonight:
Qunaitara: Jabatha: Regime forces stormed the town which lies on Israel's border with Syria. They are not permitted to enter this specific area without an Israeli permission or without the observation of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) . The regime's forces killed 7 citizens during their operation, among them 3 brothers of the Marweed family and one woman with her daughter, as well as a man from the Hariri family.