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Libya / Uprising / A Discussion #989259

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 02, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Ben Wedeman and Jill Doughtery and Johns Hopkins University professor Fouad Ajami about the interview with the Libyan government spokesman Musa Ibrahim. [AJAMI - says he told lies: there is a bloodbath in the country; comments on how the lie has to be supported; defends the Libyan provisional government in Benghazi while the US is invested in the idea that leader Muammar el-Kadhafi's is legitimate suggests the administration has to make a political decision about who to deal with.] [WEDEMAN - says the people have long memories about the regime of leader Muammar el-Kadhafi and they want a normal life; comments on the poor educational system, the miserable infrastructure.] [DOUGHERTY - says Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was talking about the lack of clarity about the opposition and the lack of contact with the government in Tripoli.]
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