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Libya / Uprising / Zawiyah / Neely Interview #989777

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 10, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The victories by Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi over the opposition rebels noted; scenes shown from the fighting in Misrata on Sunday and from Zawiyah under bombardment and then silent. [Son Saif KADHAFI - {thru translator} says "we are coming."] [NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh RASMUSSEN†- outlines conditions needed for a no-fly zone.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An earlier interview from ITV News editor Bill Neely on the aftermath of a massacre in Libya; scenes shown from the now ghost town of Zawiyah. [NEELY - says there is utter devastation in a confined space; notes the army has been sealing off the town and cleaning away the evidence of blood, bullets etc.; indicates the doctors say it was war crimes in Zawiyah and there are mass arrests; notes Kadhafi now controls the west, but he needed the elite Khamis battalion against a ragtag army.]

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