Obama and Putin duel over Islamic State, Ukraine in UN speeches

U.S. and Russian tensions were in the spotlight at the United Nations General Assembly, where both President Obama and President Putin addressed the fight against the Islamic State. While Obama rejected support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Putin maintained that working with the Syrian government is the only way to defeat IS. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner reports.

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