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Syria / Crackdown #1014124

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 09, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A cellphone video of the shelling in Homs, Syria, tanks on the highway and a sniper's nest in Hama shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A dispatch from activist "Danny" in Syria presented; scenes shown of wounded children. [DANNY - asks what the U.N. will do about this; states we have 200 bodies.] A look at the Syrian state Website shown and detailed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report from BBC reporter Paul Wood presented; video of a funeral shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report from Syrian activist Abou Abdo presented; night video of a funeral shown. [Voice of ABU ABDO - explains the conditions in the city of Homs; says President Bashir al-Assad is killing his people; asks for help from the international community.]

Cooper, Anderson

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