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An analyst tells Press TV that the attack on Syria's Aleppo University indicates that the country's so-called opposition and Free Syrian Army are in state of despair and losing ground all across the country.
On Tuesday, At least 80 people were killed and scores of others injured after two explosions hit Aleppo University in Syria's second largest city. An opposition watchdog said one of the explosions has hit an area between the university dormitories and the Faculty of Architecture. It was not immediately clear where the second blast had happened. State television said "terrorists launched two rockets" at the university complex. Press TV has learned that women and children were also among the dead.
Interview with Michel Chossudovsky, Center for Research on Globalization.