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Tenacity ongoing crisis in Syria.
New attacks being launched in the town of -- -- As battles Rajon at a refugee camp in Damascus meanwhile Syria's vice president says that the army cannot defeat the rebels seeking to topple.
The president's regime so where does that leave us new and better joins us now live.
Salon where he is watching this story unfold so -- how significant.
Is that statement by the vice president.
-- in many ways -- that is the statement of the obvious but what's so important is who is saying it in this may be.
The beginning of someone very close to president Bashar -- looking to negotiate.
An exit -- for himself -- for a larger group of the Asad regime he's becoming increasingly clear and we're watching a battles get closer and closer.
To Damascus for the rebels are starting at -- To gain the upper hand they're getting.
-- number of gulf countries they're becoming better trained to becoming better organized and had some significant.
Victories here in the past and the government forces continue to fall apart in large part although the civil wars still rage on many say.
Neither side is going to be able to win the question is.
Has president has gotten this matter as vice president.
Now made a decision that they are going to begin looking great way out of some -- it would still be some kind of brand negotiations and that's what the vice president.
Talked about in his interview to a Lebanese.
Newspaper there this continues -- As the violence is not only going between the rebels and of course the Syrian troops but also affecting a number of civilians into the video that we -- to show you from a Palestinian.
Refugee camp where there's been ongoing -- -- recent attack by government troops it.
-- to say the least there's a number -- here that we had actually -- out because it got so bad there at.
That -- the UN is now stepping to talk about the united civilians -- now in harm's way but it's becoming.
In increasingly difficult situation to tell who's on which side.
They're inside the Syrian civil war there's a lot of -- -- that -- even if president Assad and his -- leave sometime soon or sometime in the coming months.
That -- may be the beginning of a new chapter in the civil war rather than some grand piece that would allow these thousands if not tens of thousands and millions of civilians.
Whose lives are now in danger to be back safely at home.
Yes and we've seen how the change in power.
Can though not always so smoothly as a witness and Egypt as well so we'll see what's ahead in Syria Leland thank you so much new and better and Jerusalem.
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