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  • PBS NewsHour

PBS Newshour | Inside Syria, Electricity and Internet Are Lifeblood for Activists | PBS

Duration: 11:55
Program: PBS NewsHour #10128
Broadcast Date: Aug. 9, 2011

Turkey's foreign minister met with Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad on Monday to express his concern about the Syrian offensive, but Assad defied outside appeals to stop the deadly crackdown. GlobalPost's Annasofie Flamand and Hugh MacLeod discuss the unrest with three young Syrian activists in Turkey.

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Post Date: August 9, 2011