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Syria / Civil War #1052829

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 24, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) Report introduced.

(Damascus: Fred Pleitgen) The claim from Syrian President Bashir al-Assad’s regime that the rebels are using chemical weapons against them featured; scenes shown of a purported rebel chemicals weapons stash, a Syrian soldier demonstrating his gas mask, fighting in Jobar, distressed citizens & bodies in Ghouta; details given about U.N. efforts to persuade the government to let inspectors visit the site of the latest attack. [In Istanbul, Syrian National Coalition spokesman Khalid al-SALEH†- asks President Obama to be responsible at a personal level and a country level.]

Lemon, Don;
Pleitgen, Fred

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