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Libya / Uprising / Obeidy's Story (Part II) #991346

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 05, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of Libyan woman Eman el-Obeidy of Tripoli, who claimed to be raped by leader Muammar el-Kadhafi's forces, continued. [In exclusive interview, OBEIDY - {in Arabic; thru translation on screen} talks with her mother, Aisha Ahmad†, on the phone about being threatened in court, how they won't let her leave, how the Libyan media is lying; asks her mother to pray for her because no one is standing by her in Tripoli; thanks the American people; says {government spokesman} Moussa is lying.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Tripoli: Nic Robertson) The relentless government smear campaign against Eman, how the government does not know what to do with her besides intimidating her and what might eventually be done to her discussed

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New York Times" David Kirkpatrick about Eman's story in Libya. [KIRKPATRICK - says women can be held against their will by the government unless family or a husband can get them out of the institution; comments on what happened in Zawiyah where evidence of torture was found.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Robertson, Nic

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