Devon Photographer Rescued

ITN Foreign Desk say Sunday Times photographer Paul Conroy, who's from Totnes, is safe in Lebanon

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Devon photographer rescued from Syria

A photo-journalist from Devon, injured during bombing in Syria has finally been rescued. 47-year-old Paul Conroy from Totnes, who's married with three children, earlier appealed for help in a video posted on YouTube.

He was hurt during the same bombardment that killed two journalists and seriously injured another.

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Devon photographer's father received good news by phone

The father of wounded Devon photographer Paul Conroy's has confirmed has been smuggled out of the Syrian city of Homs to Lebanon. Father-of-three Mr Conroy was injured last week in the bombardment that killed Sunday Times war correspondent Marie Colvin and French photojournalist Remi Ochlik.

We've just had word from Beirut. I've got it on the other phone in my other hand.

– Les Conroy, father of injured photographer Paul Conroy
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