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Syria / Crackdown / Activist Interview / A Town #1022710

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 14, 2012
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(Syria-Turkey border: Anderson Cooper) The restrictions by the Syrian regime on the media as the cease-fire is merely words with Syrians still being killed despite the presence of U.N. observers noted. [Earlier, in interview, activist "ZAIDOUN"†- says the situation has changed slightly with less shelling, but the regime is playing games with the observers; states they are "crazy" about arresting people; notes there are no jihadists here as claimed.] How Syrians are documenting what is happening noted.

(Syria: Ivan Watson) A visit to a defiant Syrian town featured; scenes shown of the rebels in control of the town, a mourning mother and her wounded son whose house was torched by soldiers and rebels with a prisoner who agrees to join the group.

Cooper, Anderson;
Watson, Ivan

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