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WATCH: CNN Anchor Moved To Tears Over Story of Syrian Boy

Cnn Anchor Moved To Tears Over Syrian Boy

CNN anchor Kate Bolduan was visibly shaken while reporting on the tale of five-year-old Omran Daqneesh, a Syrian boy who was pulled from the ruins of a building in Aleppo after what the New York Times reports was a Syrian or Russian airstrike.

Bolduan had to pause several times to compose herself, as she described the scene of the little boy’s shock and the war in Syria. The country has been undergoing a violent civil war for several years. During Wednesday night’s airstrike that left Omran and his family shocked, but alive, several more were injured and three people were killed.

“This is Omran. He’s alive. We wanted you to know,” she concluded the broadcast.

Watch the video below, via CNN:

Screengrab via CNN



  1. Dominick Vila August 19, 2016

    If a photo of a 5 year old boy, injured and traumatized by the ravages of war, and a toddler that drowned at a nearby beach during air strikes, is not enough to elicit emotion and repulsion I don’t know what would.
    Russia, the USA, Iran, Turkey, and the Assad regime, must suspend all bombing, reflect on what is happening, and if the goal is to truly defeat ISIS, we must develop a strategy and tactics designed to target terrorists, rather than innocent civilians, including children.
    What is happening in Syria is not too different from what Trump suggested, when he talked about carpet bombing. What is taking place in Aleppo is not warfare, it is genocide, and it must stop.

  2. Otto T. Goat August 19, 2016

    Obama and Hillary’s Syria strategy is really paying off.

    1. ceekee August 19, 2016

      At least they have a strategy. The republican strategy is to sit on their arse and do nothing. This republican congress has not had a decent idea or thought in the last 4 years, and they left for break with not a dam thing done including Zika.

      1. ivory69690@yahoo.com August 19, 2016

        awwwwwwwwwwww come on their brain dead lack of thinking go’s way back to the time of the DIRTY BUSH when all thought were B/S and coming out where their head and mouth piece is was and always will be their arse

      2. ivory69690@yahoo.com August 19, 2016

        now now the GOP gang of idiots did do something for ZIKA the gang of them went on vacation so many POS design a big toilet bowl to flush them all at once . yes I know that would be a big bowl full of chit

    2. johninPCFL August 19, 2016

      Better than the GOP strategy of “lie to the American people to justify invading the wrong country” and then get 4000+ American soldiers killed.

  3. ivory69690@yahoo.com August 19, 2016

    as sad as it is too many hands in this war pulling things in so many ways . you have the DIC-tarot running the place then the rebels fighting him with Russia bombing the rebels to help the DIC and then IRAN is getting in it to help the Russian& DIC and IRAN sign a deal on NUKES and then set off a rocket and nothing happens to them . that should been a deal breaker and the blocking of every thing for them should be back into play . and the deal should of had something in it that thy cant send arms or weapons to anyone to use to fight . its the arms and weapons wars that lead to the NUKE’S in the first place . with all this going on the USA dosent know if we are coming or going over there . we help the rebels to get the DIC out and then Russia bombs the rebels we are helping and then there’s ISIS I say send a message to the rebels to all pull back and let the DIC, Russian ,Iran and ISIS all be in the middle and just NUKE bomb the whole bunch of evil POS and be done with them all

  4. oldlion August 19, 2016

    War is a money maker for everyone from defense contractors to the politicians that they buy. As long as this is true wars will continue and innocents will die. What has the War on Terror, Iraq, Afghanistan, Desert Storm, Grenada, Viet Nam, and Korea accomplished? Absolutely nothing. We should be waging peace, not war. But peace isn’t as profitable.


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