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Flights Into Syria Cancelled As Rebels Make Gains

Nov 29, 2012 (All Things Considered) — At least two international airlines have cancelled flights to Damascus amid reports of heavy fighting along the Syrian highway that links the airport to the capital. There were also reports on Thursday that the Internet was down virtually throughout the country. Some land lines have also been cut off. Melissa Block talks to Kelly McEvers.

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