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Syria / Civil War / Missile Strike #1123281

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 14, 2018
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(Studio: Errol Barnett) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) The missile strike from the US, Britain & France on Syria in response to the use of chemical weapons in Douma featured; scenes of missiles flying, target sites in Damascus, the ruins & a regional map shown. [Joint staff dir. Lt. Gen. Kenneth McKENZIE†- comments on the mission with all the missiles reaching the targets.] [US Ambassador to U.N. Nikki HALEY - says the US is locked & loaded.]

(Studio: Errol Barnett) Report introduced.

(Damascus: Seth Doane) The missile strike reviewed; scenes shown from Damascus of a site hit claimed not to be a source of chemical weapons. [Scientist "SAYED" - {thru reporter's translation} offers denials.]

(Studio: Errol Barnett) Report introduced.

(London; Jonathan Vigliotti) The escalated tensions with Russia with the Syria strike examined; scenes shown of missiles flying. [British Prime Minister Theresa MAY - comments on the strike: military action.] The criticism of President Trump & the allies by Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomenei noted.

Barnett, Errol;
Martin, David;
Doane, Seth;
, London;
Vigliotti, Jonathan

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