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Syria / Crackdown / Refugee Camps #1022703

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 14, 2012
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(Syria-Turkey border: Anderson Cooper) The uprising in Syria against the government of President Bashir al-Assad reviewed; scenes shown from the refugee camps in Turkey near the Syrian border where the people's lives are in limbo. YouTube images from the ongoing fighting in several cities in Syria despite the U.N.-monitored cease-fire shown; details given about the targeting of wounded Syrians with a quote from Doctors without Borders.

(Syria-Turkey border: Anderson Cooper) Life in the refugee camps the last few days presented; scenes shown from inside the camp where the refugees showed pictures of slain relatives and told their stories. A discussion about the situation in Syria presented. [Stanford University professor Fouad AJAMI - says the Syrians feel forsaken by the rest of the world; comments on the rebellion lasting so long for 14 months; states the cavalry of nations has not come.] [CNN reporter Ivan WATSON - says the battle is in a stalemate: insurgency and counter insurgency with the fighters getting no help from outside nations.]

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