Christiane speaks with Gen. Salim Idriss, the Chief of Staff for the Free Syrian Army.
In Iran there has been a major development stemming from allegations of torture and death at a notorious prison.
In the protests that followed June’s disputed election. Iranian security forces detained thousands of people.
Now the Iranian parliament has issued a scathing report on the Kahrizak detention center.
An Iranian parliamentary committee has publicly blamed Tehran’s reviled prosecutor general Saeed Mortazavi – an ally of President Ahmadinejad – for the deaths of several men there.
And there are calls by conservative members of parliament for more such investigations – CNN's Ivan Watson has the details and after his video be sure to scroll down and watch a discussion about the deaths with Iranian professor Mohammad Marandi:
We asked anyone from the Iranian government to come on this program. We also asked prosecutor Saeed Mortazavi and Abdol-Hussein Ruholomeini - father of the protestor killed at Kahrizak. They all declined.
But we did speak to Mohammad Marandi, professor of North American studies at the University of Tehran about the significance of parliament censuring Mortezavi, the Prosecutor General: