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Syrian heat: Watch pro & anti-US intervention journalists face off over Aleppo in RT debate

Syrian heat: Watch pro & anti-US intervention journalists face off over Aleppo in RT debate
Things got pretty tense at the RT studio as several distinguished journalists with long-standing opinions on the interventionist policy pursued by the US in Syria joined the debate on the media coverage of the developing situation in the city of Aleppo.

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Independent British researcher and journalist Vanessa Beeley, who specializes in the Middle East and has worked in Syria; political opinion writer and columnist for The Hill Brent Budowsky, a fierce critic of Bashar Assad and Vladimir Putin; and Daniel McAdams, executive director at the Ron Paul institute, joined RT International’s deputy head of news, Alexey Kuznetsov, and the host, Neil Harvey, to discuss the remarkably grim picture of the Syrian Army’s liberation of eastern Aleppo presented by the Western mainstream media.

Here is the full heated exchange:

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