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The pity of war – shared by all sides in Syria

July 3rd, 2012
01:32 PM ET

ITN's Bill Neely sees first-hand how the two sides in Syria are engaged in fierce battle.

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  1. ali

    You are not fair in this report how equality between the rebels and soldiers who killed the innocent people and children and raped women

    July 3, 2012 at 3:34 pm | Reply
  2. Brian O'Malley

    As Ben Hubbard reported for AP, the rebels are, sadly, also responsible for brutal atrocities against soldiers who fall into their hands. This is making soldiers more determined, and probably making the revolution more difficult.

    July 3, 2012 at 3:55 pm | Reply
    • ali

      These soldiers deserve the death penalty because they are killing children, women and men, raping women the rebels are defending themselves. How can you compare between them and the criminal gang Bashar al-Assad soldiers. Peaceful revolutionaries and the free Syrian army is the truth Army of Syria and the criminal gang of Al-Assad worth what happened to them because that killed they Syrian people to protect one dirty man.

      July 3, 2012 at 11:27 pm | Reply
  3. Maher

    I don't see any bias in Bill Neely's reporting. Violence begets violence...those that started this vicious cycle will face either heavenly or earthly justice. Brutality is the hallmark of the regime, The Hama Massacre of 1982 is all the proof that is needed to identify the culprit in todays bloody events.

    July 4, 2012 at 9:50 am | Reply
  4. IPI

    Sadly, Marie Colvin was one of (too) many.

    Already this year, more than 70 journalists have been killed worldwide, simply for doing their jobs:

    July 4, 2012 at 3:33 pm | Reply

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