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Syrian Troops Ring City Hit By Chemical Attack

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In Syria, fighters who support the regime have intensified their siege of the town of Moadhamiya. That's the suburb of Damascus that was hit by chemical weapons last month. Food and other humanitarian relief cannot get through to residents. For details, David Greene talks to Sam Dagher, of The Wall Street Journal, who's in Damascus.
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