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Syria / Bashar al-Assad / Sama Allawi / Obama #1168809

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 15, 2016
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The next president will have Syria to deal with. And today in Syria two schools and five hospitals were flattened by airstrikes most likely Russian. The UN says nearly 50 people were killed. Holly Williams is following this today. A suspected Russian airstrike targeted a hospital in Idlib province. These videos appear to show the desperate search for survivors in its twisted ruins. At least seven people are thought to have died. More alleged Russian airstrikes reportedly hit a school and a hospi...
Reporter(s):
Holly Williams
Duration:
00:02:12

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