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UN Observers in El-Houleh, Syria

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Published on May 29, 2012

United Nations, El-Houley, Syria, 27 May 2012 - UN observers in El-Houleh on Sunday. They talk to town residents to try to establish the fact on Saturday's horrific tragedy. An emotional man informs the observers that he has not heard from his sister who lives in a house at the outskirts of town. UN observers go to the house and retrieve the bodies of a women and her 4 children.

Shot list:
00: The Observers enter a house and hear what the some people witnessed.
00: 57 One man crying and asking for help to retrieve the bodies of his sister and her 4 children
01:00 uploading the bodies in a small pickup van.
01:46 a tank passes the vehicles of the Observers. Shooting in the background
02:50 zoom out from the end of the main deserted road where the Observers coordinate a safe passage for the pick up truck.
02:30 Mr. Martin Griffith of UNSMIS talking to a member of the Syrian Red Crescent.
03:07 The pickup van is escorted to the town .
03:15 wide shot of the town of Taldou with one field of wheat on fire.

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