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Syria / Mego Terzian / Bashar al-Assad / UN #1170939

NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 15, 2016
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We turn overseas now where dozens of civilians including children have been killed in reported airstrikes in Syria. Multiple hospitals and a school were hit. NBC Kier Simmons has gotten rare access inside Syria and as he reports this all comes the same week that a tentative cease fire is supposed to take effect. A desperate search for survivors. At least three hospitals and a school hit wards wrecked an estimated 50 dead. The UN says babies had to be rescued. This video from opposition activists...
Reporter(s):
Keir Simmons
Duration:
00:01:56

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