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Syria / Crackdown #996247

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 24, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The true reality of life in Syria as the dictator government is murdering people reviewed; scenes shown of the fighting from the suburbs of Damascus; details given about the border crossings into Turkey.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Damascus, Syria: Arya Damon) The government restrictions on the media in Syria and the government's varied conspiracy theories discussed; inset video of protests shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with a student about what happened at Damascus University when the security forces took out some girls; video from Barzeh and Mayadeen shown. [STUDENT - describes what happened at the university where they destroyed everything in their way; states they {fellow students} are taken to military hospitals and tortured; indicates it has gone too far for us to stop: we want freedom.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Damon, Arya

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