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Libya / Revolution / Tripoli #1000465

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 22, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the routing of Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi by opposition fighters introduced; scenes shown of son Saif Kadhafi in Tripoli. [President OBAMA - says Kadhafi's rule is over, but he can relinquish power and call for a lay down of arms.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A review of developments in the fighting in Libya presented; scenes shown from Zawiyah and Tripoli, an audio appeal by Kadhafi, the arrest of a government news anchor. [On Sunday, CNN's Sara SIDNER - comments on moving into Zawiyah and the tense situation there.] [On Sunday, CNN's Matthew CHANCE - comments on the emptying of the Tripoli hotel.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Tripoli: Matthew Chance) The presence of Saif in Tripoli as a free man, his statement that the whole family is in Tripoli, the questions about rebel claims, the health and appearance of Saif discussed; two photos of Saif shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Zawiyah: Sara Sidner) The situation in Zawiyah with celebratory gunfire going on, the open roads and the control off the city by the rebels discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Chance, Matthew;
Sidner, Sara

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