Syria Violence: More Bloodshed in Streets

Death toll mounts as President Assad continues violent crackdown on protesters.
1:30 | 12/06/11

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In Syrian streets are bloody tonight the scenes are -- without the fifteen dead in the last day and the country appears to be spiraling toward civil war. By the hour ABC's Martha Raddatz reports. It started in darkness. A terrifying volley of gunfire that began when of the bloodiest 24 hours since this revolution again. To force out Syria's dictator Bashir Al Assad. Morning with weapons still cracking and tanks thundering bond people will. Running for their lives children looking for cover. Some teammates. Thousands of miles away secretary of state Hillary Clinton met with Syrian opposition groups they need to be issuers. Syria will be. I'm better off. Under. A regime that tolerates wrap your head -- wins. Clinton is also sending our ambassador Robert. -- back to Syria after pulling him out for his own safety. Clinton says he will be a witness to was -- brutality. And serious slides closer into an all out civil war. Martha Raddatz ABC news. And tomorrow from Syria another groundbreaking exclusive from Barbara Walters. She sits down with Syria's president Assad you can see across ABC news first time GMA more on world news. And the whole interview will air on a special edition of Nightline.

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