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September 13th, 2013
01:28 AM ET

The politics and practicalities of a Syria deal

There are new claims today the Assad regime began moving chemical weapons to Lebanon and Iraq. If that's true it would further complicate the job of disarming Syria's chemical arsenal. Anderson discussed all of this with former Chief U.S. Weapons Inspector David Kay, and Senior Political Analyst David Gergen.
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Filed under: Chemical Weapons • Russia • Syria
September 13th, 2013
01:24 AM ET

Talks on Syria begin

Secretary of State John Kerry is in Geneva, Switzerland meeting with his Russian counterpart on a potential diplomatic solution on Syria. But there are serious questions about how much the two can accomplish, and what's really on the table. Jim Sciutto reports from Geneva.
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Filed under: Chemical Weapons • Russia • Syria
September 13th, 2013
01:21 AM ET

Daring rescue during historic Colorado flood

Some officials are calling it a 500-year flood. So much rain fell on Colorado, a 20-foot wall of water surged down a mountain canyon near Boulder. Homes are collapsing, dams are threatened, and roads are washed away. That includes one road outside of Boulder, where rescuers risked their own lives to save a driver swept away by the fast moving flood. Ana Cabrera has the story.
Lieutenant Rob WIlliams of Colorado's North Metro Fire Rescue District helped with the daring rescue.
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September 13th, 2013
01:18 AM ET

Fire rips through N.J. boardwalk rebuilt after Superstorm Sandy

Firefighters are battling a massive boardwalk fire in the heart of the Jersey Shore. The fire started in an ice cream shop and tore a strip of businesses just hit by Superstorm Sandy. Bill Akers, the mayor of Seaside Heights, N.J. tells Anderson "We will rebuild."

 

 


Filed under: Hurricane Sandy
September 13th, 2013
01:14 AM ET

The impact of Putin's anti-gay laws

As Putin uses his op-ed in the New York Times to send a message to America, the world is considering sending him an even stronger message. Russia's recent anti-gay law has some considering a boycott of the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi. Masha Gessen is an openly gay journalist forced to leave Russia with her family because of that law. She makes the case for the boycott.

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Filed under: AC360 Later • Olympics • Russia
September 13th, 2013
01:12 AM ET

Playing on emotions in Syria debate

Horrifying images of a decapitation in Syria has the potential to change many minds on the conflict. But what role do such emotions  play when making decisions on the use of military force? Christiane Amanpour gets emotional as she discusses how difficult images inspired action in past conflicts, and sparks a fierce debate.
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September 13th, 2013
01:01 AM ET

Still threaten military strikes in Syria?

As Secretary John Kerry works on a potential diplomatic deal with Syria, Anderson and the panel debate whether the threat of a military strike should remain on the table. Jim Sciutto joins the discussion from Geneva with the latest on the talks.
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