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Syria / ISIS / Civil War #1080636

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 26, 2014
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(Studio: Ana Cabrera) US air strikes against ISIS in Kobani, Syria noted. Live discussion held with “The Daily Beast” contributor Jamie Dettmer† about the significance of Aleppo in the fight against ISIS. [From Viterbo, Italy, DETTMER – says Syrian President Bashir al-Assad’s forces have been mounting an offensive on Aleppo while we’ve been focused on Kobani and may cut off the supply line for the rebels; says the rebels are calling on the US for air strikes against Assad; says if the FSA & other moderate rebels lose Aleppo there will be a collapse of the uprising and a strengthening of ISIS.]
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Cabrera, Ana
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00:03:00

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