Syrian opposition moves conflict closer to Damascus

A car bomb in Damascus killed at least 72 people on Thursday. The attack is said to be one of the worst to hit Syria's capital city since the start of the two-year-conflict. Though critics say the opposition against Syria's president is divided, their efforts are slowly moving into the capital city.



What life is like in Aleppo after the 'ceasefire'

It's been about week since the start of a fragile "ceasefire" in Syria. Reporter Rasha Elass spoke with a Syrian woman named Zein who lives in a rebel-held part of Aleppo. Zein says that people are coming out of their shelters to get food and demonstrate. But she says they're preparing for renewed bombardment.