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Syria / Civil War / Annan #1028028

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 02, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The resignation of Kofi Annan as U.N. envoy to Syria as the civil war there rages on reported; photos shown as the situation in Aleppo is described. [In Geneva, ANNAN – says he can't want peace more than the protagonists, the Security Council or the international community.]

(Syria: voice of Charlie D’Agata) A battle outside Aleppo reviewed; scenes shown of rebels on the road, a fighter jet. The determination of the rebels fighting against the Syrian army discussed.

(Studio: Scott Pelley; Washington: Margaret Brennan) The concern of the State Department about the security of Syria’s chemical weapons discussed. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

Pelley, Scott;
Charlie, voice of;
Brennan, Margaret

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