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Topic - Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale
Syrian rebels spirited a British photographer who had been trapped in the opposition stronghold of Homs out of the country Tuesday after he was trapped for days under fierce government shelling that killed 13 of those trying to save him, an activist group said.
Meanwhile, Edith Bouvier, a French journalist who was injured in an attack by the regime's forces in Homs on Wednesday, said in a video shared by Syrian activists that she needed to be evacuated for an emergency operation on her leg.