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Syria / ISIS / U.S. Central Command / Iraqi government #1188202

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 25, 2017
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In the fight against ISIS, there are now reports U.S. led efforts may be to blame for the deaths of hundreds of civilians. The Iraqi government and U.S. Central Command are investigating whether three different sets of airstrikes this month may have killed nearly 300 noncombatants. Three hundred civilians in Iraq and Syria. More than two hundred of those deaths reportedly came in western Mosul. We spoke with CNN Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr earlier on what she has learned. This is really...
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Barbara Starr
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00:02:53

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