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Syria / Civil War #1027089

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 23, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Syrian President Bashir al-Assad’s threat to use chemical weapons against aggression from foreign powers noted. [President OBAMA – states they will be held accountable for using those weapons.]

(Beirut: Elizabeth Palmer) The fighting in Syria’s civil war updated; scenes shown of fighting in the streets of Aleppo, the rubble left after 100 days of fighting in Azaz, refugees in Lebanon; online video of Syrian Free Army colonel Abdel al-Akaidi† ordering forces to move toward Aleppo shown. [Opposition activist Wael al-KALDY††- worries about the fighting in civilian areas.] The increased tempo of the fighting discussed; death toll this month cited.

Pelley, Scott;
Palmer, Elizabeth

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