Tuesday, 2 August 2016

The Debate - Syria Amnesty

Published on Jul 31, 2016
Date: 31.7.2016
All eyes are on the Syrian city of Aleppo as government forces, backed by Russia, are preparing for the final push for the liberation of the city. In the run up to the offensive, humanitarian corridors have been opened up for civilians to flee the city, and to allow foreign-backed militants to lay down their arms. While many are hailing this as the beginning of the end of terrorist control over Aleppo, others are skeptical. Are these humanitarian corridors and amnesty promised by President Bashar al Assad enough? And are Western diplomats right to doubt the sincerity of Russia and the Syrian government? We’re going to find out in this edition of The Debate. Let’s first cross over to our correspondent Mohammad Ali who joins us live from the Aleppo with the very latest on the situation on the ground.
Jim W. Dean
Managing Editor, Veterans Today
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