Video: Flash Points: Syria, Al Qaeda & Mali

In the latest edition of the CBSNews.com series "Flash Points," senior national security analyst Juan Zarate and CBS News' Bob Orr discuss: crisis in Syria, the death of al Qaeda general manager, the Stuxnet revelation and terrorism in Mali.

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