Reporting from Aleppo, Syria, Arwa Damon has exclusive and chilling footage of a Syrian teenager trying to rescue a woman shot by a sniper. She spoke to the young man about his selfless actions under fire.
According to an NBC report, the Syrian military is loading chemical weapons inside bombs, awaiting final orders from President Bashar al-Assad to use them against its own people.
CNN has not confirmed this report.
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CNN's Arwa Damon reports from Aleppo, Syria, where people are going back to homes after fleeing the violence. Despite the rebels claiming that the government is not in control of 65% of the city, it is still risky to be in the area. "There is still always that constant threat from the sky," says Damon.
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