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NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 12, 2014
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(Studio: Ann Curry) Series on Syria’s children of war introduced; death toll figures cited.

(Damascus: Bill Neely) The brutal life for children in Damascus featured; scenes shown of Syrian President Bashir al-Assad meeting with civilians, a family that lives in a box, and children in a playground several blasts are heard.

(Taanayel, Lebanon: Nancy Snyderman) The medical crisis for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon featured; scenes shown of the deplorable conditions at a refugee camp; details given about a woman who left the clinic shortly after giving birth yesterday.

(Studio: Ann Curry) Information on how to help presented.

Curry, Ann;
Neely, Bill;
Snyderman, Nancy

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