Jihadists and FSA in conflict in Syria: Infighting erupts as US intervention in Syria halts
The civil war that's devastated Syria for more than two years has seemingly changed beyond recognition from the initial conflict. Rebel forces and al-Qaeda-linked factions that once fought side by side in the anti-Assad push are now pitted against each other in violent battles. And reports suggest that increasingly, the more radical elements appear to be gaining ground. RT is joined by James Corbett editor of The Corbett Report.