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Policy Brief: An Advocate For The Syrian People Slaini
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04/15/2014
A Dutch priest who served Syrians of all faiths is now among the casualties of the deadly conflict there. In this week/today’s “Policy Brief” segment, we'll take a closer look at the dedicated life and senseless death of this advocate for the Syrian people:
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Video Policy Brief: An Advocate For The Syrian People Slain

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