In video that Anderson calls "heartbreaking," Robert King documents a medical clinic in the besieged city of Al-Qusayr, in the provence of Homs, Syria. The images are difficult to look at - children's bodies torn apart, caked in blood, some are lifeless.
Doctors and nurses are trying heroically to save the lives of innocent civilians and bring new life into the world, all while their own lives are threatened by President Bashar al-Assad's forces.
In the makeshift field hospital, the staff treats hundreds daily, without enough resources and medical supplies to help their fragile patients.
King is risking his safety to tell the story. He's desperate to call attention to the government's massacre. "The world is ignoring these crimes. They’re becoming complacent and history will not forget this," he said.
Watch a preview of Anderson's interview with King, and don't miss the entire conversation tonight on AC360° at 8 and 10 p.m. ET.
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