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Aleppo / ISIS / Mohammed Ede Hussein al Ahmed / Syrian #1170468

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 08, 2016
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In another important story tonight after five years of stalemate. Syria's civil war may be reaching a turning point. The Assad dictatorship now backed by relentless Russian airstrikes is close to surrounding the town of Aleppo the rebel stronghold. Thousands have fled only to be caught in a no man's land on the Turkish border. Today the U.N. described the dictator's offensive on civilians as quote extermination. Holly Williams has been reporting on the horror of this war which has also captured ...
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Holly Williams
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