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Syria / Unrest / Boy's Death #994628

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 30, 2011
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(Gettysburg: John King) What happened to Syrian youth Hamza al-Khateeb† and what is happening in the streets of Syria reported; photos of his tortured body and of protests, shooting in the streets, wounded children in the hospital and the shooting of an ambulance in Syria shown.

(Gettysburg: John King) Live discussion held with CNN's Arwa Damon and Johns Hopkins University professor Fouad Ajami about events in Syria. [DAMON - comments on the shooting of the teen Hamza and why the government released the body; states the people are galvanized by the brutality against Hamza.] [AJAMI - says Hamza will go down in the history of torment in Syria; comments on Syrian President Bashir al-Assad, "the reformer"; predicts a standoff.]

King, John

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