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Syria / Civil War / The Disappeared #1122740

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 01, 2018
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(Studio: Craig Melvin) Report introduced.

(London: Kelly Cobiella) The disappearance of tens of thousands revolutionary activists in Syria examined; scenes shown of the forces of Syrian President Bashir al-Assad snatching activists off the streets with one man's story told: prison & eventual execution. [Computer whiz John PHILLIPS - recalls telling Basil he would die in Syria.] [Fellow prisoner Lyle SAAD-al-DEAN‡- {thru translator} describes what happened in torture.] [Wife Nota - says she did not even get a death certificate.] Nora's campaigning in Europe for those who disappeared like her husband noted.

Reporter(s):
Melvin, Craig;
Cobiella, Kelly
Duration:
00:02:40

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