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On the Line: The Syrian Crisisi
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May 10, 2013 3:00 AM
The situation in Syria is getting more urgent by the day. The conflict has already claimed more than 70,000 lives. Reports of both the rebels and government forces allegedly using chemical weapons and recent Israeli air strikes on targets within Syria are making the situation more complicated. What options does the international community have to bring the Syrian conflict to a peaceful resolution? And what can be done to prevent it from spreading beyond Syria’s borders? Join us on this week’s episode of “On the Line” as we examine the crisis in Syria. GUESTS Phil Stewart: Pentagon Correspondent, Reuters News. Mohamed Younis: Senior Analyst, Gallup. Kenneth Nisbet: Senior Analyst for Middle East and North Africa, iJet International.

On the Line: The Syrian Crisis

Published May 09, 2013

The situation in Syria is getting more urgent by the day. The conflict has already claimed more than 70,000 lives. Reports of both the rebels and government forces allegedly using chemical weapons and recent Israeli air strikes on targets within Syria are making the situation more complicated. What options does the international community have to bring the Syrian conflict to a peaceful resolution? And what can be done to prevent it from spreading beyond Syria’s borders? Join us on this week’s episode of “On the Line” as we examine the crisis in Syria. GUESTS Phil Stewart: Pentagon Correspondent, Reuters News. Mohamed Younis: Senior Analyst, Gallup. Kenneth Nisbet: Senior Analyst for Middle East and North Africa, iJet International.