Aug. 10 - Demonstrations in the Syrian town of Binnish after Friday prayers call for the fall of President Assad's regime and a show support for the people of Aleppo. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Protests after prayers in Syria. Residents in the town of Binnish gather to call for an end of President Bashar-al Assad's regime. Assad's forces are continuing their campaign to regain control of Syria's largest city Aleppo. Protesters lend their support to the people of Aleppo. UNIDENTIFIED WOMEN, RESIDENT OF BINNISH SAYING: "We call for the fall of the regime and the victory for our brothers in Aleppo and all Muslims." Assad's offensive in Aleppo follows a successful drive to expel rebels from parts of Damascus they seized in July.