The United Nations has confirmed that at least 90 people were killed by tank shells and artillery fire in central Syria this weekend. While the UN did not outright say this was the work of the Syrian army, activists and residents say the military is the only institution that has such weapons. NPR's Kelly McEvers in Beirut tells host Rachel Martin the latest.
Is Latest Attack In Syria A Game Changer?
By editor • May 27, 2012
Originally published on May 27, 2012 7:55 am