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Clarissa Ward, on assignment for 60 Minutes, travels to Syria including its largest city, Aleppo, to take a first-hand look at the Syrian civil war which has taken hundreds of lives and destroyed cities. She talks to rebels who, due to a lack of support from the West, are turning Islamic militants who have their own agenda: turning Syria into an Islamic state..Scott Pelley reports on an alternative to standard justice for veterans who are first time felony offenders. Instead of going to prison, they attend a program that helps them overcome symptoms of war, including PTSD. Upon graduation, their criminal record is expunged. State Judge Marc Carter talks about the program..In celebration of 50 years of James Bond films, Anderson Cooper profiles the current Bond, Daniel Craig and talks to Barbara Broccoli, whose family has produced every Bond film - dating back to 1962. Anderson also gets a look at some of the memorabilia from the franchise, including a champagne bottle from the first film, Dr. No, and the famous golden gun.moreless
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Produced by: Ben Plesser, Harry A. Radliffe II
Produced by: Ashley Velie
Produced by: Tanya Simon
Edited by: Warren Lustig
Camera: Jonathan Partridge, Wim de Vos
Sound: Phil Sparks, Matthew Magratten
Associate Producer: Emily Rand, Drew Magratten
Video from: DANJAQ, LLC., United Artists Corporation, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc., MGM Media Licensing, Columbia Pictures, CBC TV Archive Sales, T3Media
Photos from: Rex USA, Everett Collection
At the of the program, Scott Pelley presents a brief followup to a March 18, 2012 segment entitled Space X, in which Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX talks about his hopes to become the first private venture to put aperson into orbit. Musk has but $100 million of his own fortune in the venture and this past week, the first of 12 unmanned commercial missions arrived at the International Space Station carrying 1/2 ton of supplies which include science experiments and ice cream. The 12 missions are part of a $1.6 billion SpaceX contract with NASA.