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Libya / Uprising / Obeidy's Story #991391

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 06, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The phone conversation between Eman el-Obeidy and her mother, Aisha Ahmad, reviewed. [OBEIDY, AHMAD {in Arabic, thru translation on screen} converse about what happened.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Tripoli: Nic Robertson) The CNN interview today with Obeidy about her recovery from a gang rape, how she is harassed for standing up to government officials, the question of whether she can get out of the city, how there is contradictory information in Libya about this issue, the fighting in Libya, the tone of the Eman interview discussed; photos shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Tobruk, Libya: Reza Sayah) Eman's father and their awareness of international attention discussed. [In interview, AHMAd {thru translator} - comments on her talks with her daughter, who was crying.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Friday's special on the talks with four "New York Times" journalists who were held captive in Libya announced.

Cooper, Anderson;
Robertson, Nic;
Sayah, Reza

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