Syria in Crisis as Government Attacks Continue

Martha Raddatz discusses the deteriorating situation in the Middle East.
1:10 | 02/07/12

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-- Begin with new video smuggled out of serious and dramatic footage are showing. When nation in the midst of civil war civilians women and children among them under attack by their own government. And this morning the crisis appears to be evolving into. Chaos -- -- day. After the US closed its embassy there and -- evacuated diplomats ABC's Martha Raddatz joins us now miss the overnight developments good morning -- you Martha. Good morning Josh the stories coming out of Syria this morning are simply terrifying. As government troops -- their own people for the fourth straight day in the city of homes. One man telling the BBC we are just waiting to be killed. Now take a look at this image -- -- get a real sense of the worst in the middle of the night volunteers sneaking out to bearing their young victim. -- put on the quarter hit her family home and the mortars kept coming even during the burial today Russia's foreign minister. Meeting with Syria's president Putin's Russia and China that vetoed a UN resolution demanding that the president transfer power. A veto that seems only to happened Boldon the Syrian government this is about to get worse Josh.

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