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Syrian Civilians 'Feel Abandoned' by the West in Civil War

  • Aired: 11/16/2012
  • 03:37
  • Rating: E
Rebels fighting Assads regime have taken control of areas west and north of Aleppo. Destruction from combat is evident everywhere, with devastating damage to infrastructure, a lack of oil and little access to medical care. Judy Woodruff interviews Margaret Warner from Turkey, who spent a day in Syria talking to civilians.
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Syrian Civilians, Caught in Middle of Civil War, 'Feel Abandoned' by the West
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