From inside Syria: Evans assesses the state of the conflict
CBC's Margaret Evans gained access to Syria after being granted rare access by the Assad regime, which has banned foreign journalists since uprisings began last March. She met with officials, travelled with Arab League observers, and slipped her minders to meet with those trying to topple Assad. Is one side or another gaining strength? She thinks not. Listen toher conversation with Rick.
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