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Syria / Civil War / McCain Visit #1055228

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 27, 2013
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Senator John McCain’s visit with rebels in Syria noted; photo shown. •

(London: Clarissa Ward) The European Union’s debate over scrapping an arms embargo and sending weapons to the rebels examined; scenes shown of fighting in Damascus; details given about claims of a chemical attack. [British Foreign Secretary William HAGUE††- comments on denying the rebels the means to defend themselves.] [Opposition spokesman Khaled SALEH††- wonders if the E.U. wants to sit on the sidelines and watch us get killed.] McCain’s visit reviewed. Secretary of State John Kerry’s meeting with Russian officials about next month’s peace talks discussed.

(Studio: Jeff Glor) The end of the arms embargo this week noted.

Glor, Jeff;
Ward, Clarissa

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