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Damascus / Liz Palmer / ISIS / Abu Majd #1157797

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 09, 2015
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Syria's four year civil war has triggered the worst refugee crisis in a quarter of a century according to the U.N. today. Four million people have fled the country and inside Syria more than seven and a half million have lost their homes. Elizabeth Palmer in Syria, met a militia supporting the Assad dictatorship. Syrian militiamen get into position making it safe for us to get a look at the territory just beyond the olive grove. Recently seized by extremist fighters. At the end of the field. And...
Reporter(s):
Elizabeth Palmer
Duration:
00:02:31

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