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Syria / Civil War / End Game / A Discussion #1034428

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 29, 2012
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Some images from the war in Syria after a strike on a residential area in Aleppo shown; details given of clashes with the Syrian military.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer; Syria: Arwa Damon) The rebel shelling of the Aleppo airport, the shutdown of Internet and cellphone and landline telephone service and power in the country, the shelling in Aleppo, the government's artillery and air power and nearby discussed; war footage shown.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Recent discussion held with CNN's Fran Townsend and former CIA officer Bob Baer about Syria. [TOWNSEND - comments on US consideration of helping the rebels, but it may be too late as it is a more dangerous situation as the regime of President Bashir al-Assad has taken down the Internet; notes civilians are being killed while the US stands by.] [BAER - suggests the administration's hand has been forced as Syria spins out of control: no organized opposition and weapons are going and the conflict may spread in the Middle East; asserts Syria is a key country.]

Blitzer, Wolf;
Damon, Arwa

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