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Syria / ISIS Crisis #1075584

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 04, 2014
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(Studio 57: Scott Pelley) Reports of the torture of young boys by ISIS in Syria reported.

(London: Clarissa Ward) The origins of ISIS at the American military prison called Camp Bucca†† in Iraq examined; photos shown of ISIS leaders who served time at Camp Bucca, including leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi†; details given about the formation of the alliance between Islamic extremists and Ba’athists loyal to former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. [Former CIA case officer Patrick SKINNER††- says one of the main causes of ISIS's explosive growth after 2010 was Bucca.] The US military’s efforts to combat extremism at Bucca discussed.

Pelley, Scott;
Ward, Clarissa

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