The deadly siege of Homs lasted 27 days.
It ended Thursday with rebels in the Syrian city announcing a "tactical" retreat.
That essentially handed victory to the government, which bombarded rebel-held parts of Homs daily for much of the past month.
A prime target, the neighborhood of Baba Amr, is in ruins.
And the Syrian army says it's now in control there.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with a Syrian opposition activist in Homs on the state of the city in the wake of the fighting.