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Syria / Unrest / Shooting Video / Zaytouni Interview #993646

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 12, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The government crackdown in Syria on protesters reported; extensive YouTube video shown of an {apparent} shooting on people trying to retrieve two bodies in the streets of Daraa; details given of reports that the government is shooting at those trying to get back protesters' bodies.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with a Syrian activist, Razan Zaytouni†, whose husband has been arrested. [ZAYTOUNI†- explains her husband was arrested at work because he is a wanted activist; states she moves around to avoid being arrested; states the arrested people are taken away and tortured; asserts the regime only understands violence.]

Cooper, Anderson

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