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What's changed one year after US missile strikes in Syria?

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One year ago, Syrian President Bashar al Assad gassed his own people in a chemical attack that killed thousands – forcing the Trump administration to grow up, and fast. Many did not realize just how fast action would be taken, when President Trump launched a missile strike attack on Syria. Unfortunately, the headline coming out of the embattled country this morning is just as grim as the one a year ago, if not worse. And—Bashar al Assad is still in power, Russian President Putin is still propping him up, and President Trump is still back and forth on pulling troops out of Syria. So, what's changed since the US missile strikes? We’re joined by two journalists who have been covering the Syrian Civil War from the start: Rania Abouzeid and Rasha Elass.