Elsewhere in the world people are willing to risk death to fight corruption, just like in Syria which this story is about. But you won't find such brave people anymore in PNG!
Syrian Opposition activist Razan Zaytouni insists on using her real name. The Syrian regime already knows who she is - she's in hiding to avoid arrest.
"Are you scared," Ward asked.
"Who is not," she replied. "But we have to continue. We decided to start our revolution, this is what we have been dreaming of long time ago."
Zaytouni took CBS News to the Damascus suburb of Douma and attended the funeral of a 16-year-old boy, who the people say, was shot by security forces at a protest the day before. Men and women poured into the funeral by the hundreds. Their grief was tinged with defiance. "This is the real Syria," one man said. "If you come you will see real bodies. They are not stones, they are not toys. They are real bodies."
They say they will not give up their protest until President Assad's regime falls. A military helicopter circled overhead, but the chanting only grew stronger. "We are peaceful, and they are shooting us," the crowd shouted. "We want freedom."