NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 10, 2012
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(Studio: Richard Engel) The violent day in Syria with 2 suicide car bombings in Damascus reviewed; scenes shown from the damage and a demonstration by supporters of President Bashir al-Assad with U.N. monitors in the crowd. [U.N. Syria Mission chief Maj. Gen. Robert MOOD- says this is going to create more suffering.] [Voice of Syrian ACTIVIST – says the Free Syrian Army declared it is not behind these explosions.] The worsening of the situation with Islamic militants responding to the opposition’s call for support discussed.
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