Battle Continues in Syrian City of Aleppo
- Duration 1:58
- Date Aug 10, 2012
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-- what is the latest on the grounds.
Heather every -- seems to be less and less good news for the rebels more and more wins.
For the government who has -- days seem to have denied.
This Syrian opposition any kind of foothold -- -- -- -- they won the battle.
For -- -- neighborhood what we're seeing from the latest amateur video is this shaping up to be an insurgent war the rebels lightly armed with AK forty sevens and -- -- and in the Syrian army with tanks artillery.
And attack aircraft it has been likened to a very tragic game of the game whack a ball where you have the insurgents pop up.
In one city where the Syrian army comes in and questioned them there only for the rebels to pop up and yet another city.
What that projects going forward Heather is a very bloody civil war where neither side has the ability frequently change the balance of power -- -- at a Palin do secretary of state Clinton's upcoming meetings about Syria -- -- too much.
-- he -- -- this -- -- so the US is promising greater sanctions on Syria and some of its leaders but so far.
This series it seemed to just brush that off that.
He thing right now that is on the minds of many western allies is the fear of foreign fighters there's a lot of foreign fighters now streaming into Syria typically religious extremists either from Libya or -- Hopefully they have a very different agenda.
Then what is on the mind of the Syrian rebels.
Who are home.
Ronald -- a year ago or six months ago.
It was very easy to the United States and other allies to say president Assad must go here's what we're gonna need help now big question is what happened.
If he does go who's gonna take control of Syria and it looks like right now nobody's in a position to take control and you're gonna have a position not just a long and protracted civil war inside that country which has chemical weapons.
And is also very powerful regional player here in the Middle East at a Cleveland better life -- and I'm Natalie spirit thanking.