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By Ken Olshansky
If, indeed, an attack took place...
CNN – Dutch journalist Sander van Hoorn was on the ground in Syria today, reporting on the deadly attack in Damascus that killed four top officials in Bashar Assad’s inner circle. His take? “It was the most bizarre scene.”
The attack took place in the heart of Damascus. And Van Hoorn reports, “Nobody has given me a good explanation for how it could be that only one hundred meters from the site of the supposed blast, people were just acting as if nothing had happened.
The key words there are ‘the supposed blast.’ When asked about conflicting reports of what actually happened, Van Hoorn said this: “I was in the hotel, so I should have been able to hear it. I didn’t.” FULL POST
The latest full-length edition of Amanpour is online: Part 1: Tony Blair on lack of peace process CNN's Christiane Amanpour about the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians. Part 2: Political Shakeup in Israel Christiane Amanpour talks to Deputy Prime Minister Moshe Ya’alon about the downsizing of Netanyahu’s coalition. Part 1: Goodbye = See you soon? Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair hasn’t ruled out a return to politics.
Christiane Amanpour speaks to Tony Blair about his thoughts on the prospects for the Palestinian peace process.
Chrisiane Amanpour speaks to Moshe Ya'alon who calls Iran the 'main threat' to the entire world.
Christiane Amanpour has a fun exchange with Tony Blair on whether he might return to political office.
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