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Syria / Civil War / Chemical Weapons #1055908

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Sep 14, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) Live discussion held with The Daily Beast's Christopher Dickey†, Stanford University’s Hoover Institution senior fellow Fouad Ajami†, CNN military analyst Lt. Col. Rick Francona† and vice chairman Howard Bragman† about the agreement between the US & Russia to find and destroy Syria’s chemical weapons. [From Washington, FRANCONA; in-studio, DICKEY, AJAMI – respond to a U.N. report that Syrian President Bashir al-Assad’s forces are bombing hospitals; comment on the implications of the US-Russia deal for the Syrian opposition and how the chemical weapons will be found; comment on Obama’s response to the chemical weapons attack.]
Lemon, Don

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