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PBS NewsHour | In Syrian Town, NPR Reporter Sees Blood-Soaked Carpets | PBS

Duration: 04:09
Program: PBS NewsHour #10346
Broadcast Date: Jun. 8, 2012

Friday morning brought a new barrage of shelling in the Syrian city of Homs. Also, U.N. monitors saw evidence of multiple killings in a small town where activists reported a massacre. They said they found flesh, blood and piles of ash but no bodies. NPR's Deborah Amos joins Ray Suarez by phone from Damascus.

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Post Date: June 8, 2012