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U.S., Russia keep from escalating conflict in Syria

  • Aired: 04/14/2018
  • 05:33
  • Rating: NR
Russian President Putin on Saturday condemned a series of strikes on Syrian targets, calling the military action by the U.S. and its allies "an act of aggression against a sovereign state." Kimberly Marten, director of a program on U.S.-Russia relations at Columbia University's Harriman Institute, joins Hari Sreenivasan for more on Russia's reaction means and what may come next.
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