The untold stories of Bashar al-Assad's brutal regime
Clip: 05/13/2019 | 7m 16s
While one phrase of Syria's brutal nine-year civil war may be concluding, the systemic forced disappearance, torture and murder of hundreds of thousands of Syrians has not ceased. Amna Nawaz talks to Anne Barnard of the Council on Foreign Relations and formerly The New York Times about the staggering inhumanity of Bashar al-Assad's regime and what accountability, if any, it will face.
Aired: 05/13/19Video has closed captioning.
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