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SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
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March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is surrounded by friends as she is carried on a stretcher after her...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is surrounded by friends as she is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YR3U
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YR3G
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YR3E
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQYQ
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (L) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival on a...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (L) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQYK
March 02, 2012
The government plane carrying French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels arrives at Villacoublay...
Villacoublay, France
The government plane carrying French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels arrives at Villacoublay...
The government plane carrying French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels arrives at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQYD
March 02, 2012
French businessman and senator Serge Dassault (R) and Le Figaro newspaper director Etienne Mougeotte...
Villacoublay, France
French businessman and senator Dassault and Le Figaro newspaper director Mougeotte leave the government...
French businessman and senator Serge Dassault (R) and Le Figaro newspaper director Etienne Mougeotte leave the government plane which carry French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels after their arrival at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQXX
March 02, 2012
French photographer William Daniels reacts as he leaves a government plane after his arrival at Villacoublay...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French photographer William Daniels reacts as he leaves a government plane after his arrival at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQXU
March 02, 2012
French photographer William Daniels (C) speaks with French President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) after his arrival...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French photographer William Daniels (C) speaks with French President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) after his arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQXO
March 02, 2012
French photographer William Daniels (L) speaks with French President Nicolas Sarkozy after his arrival...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French photographer William Daniels (L) speaks with French President Nicolas Sarkozy after his arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQXM
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival on a...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQXL
March 02, 2012
French photographer William Daniels (R) speaks with relatives after his arrival on a government plane...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French photographer William Daniels (R) speaks with relatives after his arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQXI
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQXG
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (R) is surrounded by friends as she is loaded onto an ambulance on a...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (R) is surrounded by friends as she is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQXE
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is surrounded by friends as she is loaded onto an ambulance on a...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is surrounded by friends as she is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQX4
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival on a...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQWZ
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (L) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival on a...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (L) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQWS
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (R) is surrounded by friends and medical help as she is carried on a...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (R) is surrounded by friends and medical help as she is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQWR
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is surrounded by friends and medical help as she is carried on a...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is surrounded by friends and medical help as she is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQWJ
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQWI
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQWB
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival on a government plane as French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) looks on at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQW5
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival with a government plane...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival with a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQW0
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (R) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival with a government plane...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (R) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival with a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQVZ
March 02, 2012
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival with a government plane...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalist Edith Bouvier (C) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival with a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQVW
March 02, 2012
French journalists Edith Bouvier (2nd R) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival with a government...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalists Edith Bouvier (2nd R) is carried on a stretcher after her arrival with a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQVN
March 02, 2012
French journalists Edith Bouvier (L) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival with...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalists Edith Bouvier (L) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival with a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQVI
March 02, 2012
French journalists Edith Bouvier (L) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival with...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French journalists Edith Bouvier (L) is loaded onto an ambulance on a stretcher after her arrival with a government plane at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQV4
March 02, 2012
French photographer William Daniels leaves a government plane as he arrives at Villacoublay military...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French photographer William Daniels leaves a government plane as he arrives at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
SYRIA-FRANCE/REPORTERS
RTR2YQUZ
March 02, 2012
French photographer William Daniels leaves a government plane as he arrives at Villacoublay military...
Villacoublay, France
French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels leave a government plane as they arrive at Villacoublay...
French photographer William Daniels leaves a government plane as he arrives at Villacoublay military airport near Paris March 2, 2012. Freelance reporter Edith Bouvier, whose femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's Baba Amro district, and photographer William Daniels were brought across the border into Lebanon by Syrian rebels on Thursday, ending several days of uncertainty over their fate. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA)
LEBANON/
RTR2YQF3
March 02, 2012
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier leaves the Hotel-Dieu de...
Beirut, Lebanon
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Bouvier leaves the Hotel-Dieu de France...
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier leaves the Hotel-Dieu de France Hospital to head to the airport in Beirut where Bouvier will be flown back to France, March 2, 2012. REUTERS/Mahmoud Kheir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
lebanon/
RTR2YQEN
March 02, 2012
A Red Cross ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier is seen arriving...
Beirut, Lebanon
A Red Cross ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier is seen arriving...
A Red Cross ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier is seen arriving at Beirut international airport, where a plane is preparing to fly her home, March 2, 2012. French journalists Bouvier and William Daniels, who were trapped in the besieged Syrian city of Homs, were on Thursday evacuated to Lebanon, where the French government was preparing to fly them home on Friday. REUTERS/ Hasan Shaaban (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
LEBANON/
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March 02, 2012
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier leaves the Hotel-Dieu de...
Beirut, Lebanon
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Bouvier leaves the Hotel-Dieu de France...
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier leaves the Hotel-Dieu de France Hospital to head to the airport in Beirut where Bouvier will be flown back to France, March 2, 2012. REUTERS/Mahmoud Kheir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
lebanon/
RTR2YQ8K
March 02, 2012
A convoy escorting a Red Cross ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier...
Beirut, Lebanon
A convoy escorting a Red Cross ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier...
A convoy escorting a Red Cross ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier is seen arriving at Beirut international airport, where a plane is preparing to fly her home, March 2, 2012. French journalists Bouvier and William Daniels, who were trapped in the besieged Syrian city of Homs, were on Thursday evacuated to Lebanon, where the French government was preparing to fly them home on Friday. REUTERS/ Hasan Shaaban (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
LEBANON/
RTR2YQ7Z
March 02, 2012
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier is seen at Beirut international...
Beirut, Lebanon
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Bouvier is seen at Beirut international...
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier is seen at Beirut international airport, where a plane is preparing to fly her home, March 2, 2012. French journalists Bouvier and William Daniels, who were trapped in the besieged Syrian city of Homs, were on Thursday evacuated to Lebanon, where the French government was preparing to fly them home on Friday. REUTERS/ Hasan Shaaban (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
LEBANON/
RTR2YQ7Q
March 02, 2012
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier is seen at Beirut international...
Beirut, Lebanon
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Bouvier is seen at Beirut international...
An ambulance believed to be carrying injured French journalist Edith Bouvier is seen at Beirut international airport, where a plane is preparing to fly her home, March 2, 2012. French journalists Bouvier and William Daniels, who were trapped in the besieged Syrian city of Homs, were on Thursday evacuated to Lebanon, where the French government was preparing to fly them home. REUTERS/ Hasan Shaaban (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
FASHION EXHIBITION/
RTR2IAMY
September 13, 2010
A necklace belonging to Edith Bouvier Beale is seen as part of an upcoming exhibition, "Notorious and...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters Life! FASHION EXHIBITION/
A necklace belonging to Edith Bouvier Beale is seen as part of an upcoming exhibition, "Notorious and Notable: Twentieth Century Women of Style" at the Museum of New York September 8, 2010. Fashion may be for followers but style is original is the message of a new exhibit which gives a glimpse into the closets of 81 women who made their mark on Manhattan. "Notorious & Notable: 20th Century Women of Style," which opens on Tuesday during New York Fashion Week, includes fashions and jewels worn by glamorous newsmakers such as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. Picture taken September 8, 2010. To match Reuters Life! FASHION EXHIBITION/ REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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