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Syria / Civil War #1036397

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 03, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Remarks from President Obama warning Syrian President Bashir al-Assad not to use chemical weapons against the rebels noted. [At Fort McNair, OBAMA – tells Assad he will be held accountable for making this tragic mistake.]

(Pentagon: David Martin) Evidence Assad is preparing his chemical weapons for use examined; satellite photo of a Syrian chemicals weapons base shown; details given about the possible US military response. [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON – says this is a red line for the US.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Damascus: Elizabeth Palmer) The hardship and stress for the remaining residents of a Syrian neighborhood under siege featured; scenes shown from the community near Damascus. [Resident “SARA” – says it is better to live here and die with dignity.] [Free Syrian Army MAN – notes Assad’s soldiers are shooting at cars and civilians every night.]

Pelley, Scott;
Martin, David;
Palmer, Elizabeth

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