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Syria / American Journalist's Lawsuit #1100876

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 10, 2016
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(istanbul: Richard Engel) A lawsuit against Syria brought by the family of journalist Marie Colvin†, who was killed in a bombing there four years ago, claiming the regime of Syrian President Bashir al-Assad targeted journalists examined; scenes shown of Colvin in the field. [Center for Justice & Accountability Scott GILMORE†- explains the aim of the lawsuit.] Colvin's 2012 BBC report quoted. [Colvin photographer Paul CONROY - says we were tracked.] [Colvin's MOTHER - comments.]

Snow, Kate;
Engel, Richard

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