MP3: Fate of Syria, U.S. Aid to Rebels Dominates Attention at G-8 Summit

17.06.2013

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Fate of Syria, U.S. Aid to Rebels Dominates Attention at G-8 Summit MP3

What to do about the bloody war in Syria is overshadowing the usual agenda of trade deals and unemployment at this year's G-8 summit in Ireland. Gwen Ifill reports on conflict playing out during the conference around the United States' decision to send military aid to Syrian rebels. Source: pbs.org

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