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Syria / Civil War #1037180

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 22, 2012
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) The fighting in Syria’s civil war introduced; photos shown.

(Damascus: Elizabeth Palmer) The intensifying fighting around Damascus featured; scenes shown of the Syrian military’s shelling of the suburbs, checkpoints, bombed-out cars, water tankers at the central bank in case of a hit; details given about the anxiety of the residents and the impact on children. [Information Minister Omran Ahed al-ZOUABI†† {thru reporter's translation} – notes the opposition has no popular support and most aren’t even Syrian.] The residents remaining in the bombed areas discussed.

Reporter(s):
Glor, Jeff;
Palmer, Elizabeth
Duration:
00:03:20

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