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Libya / Uprising / US Policy #995930

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 19, 2011
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The fighting around Misrata, Libya, between rebels and the forces of Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi reported.

(Tripoli: Allen Pizzey) A NATO air strike in Tripoli that resulted in civilian casualties reviewed; scenes shown from the bombed neighborhood that may have had a military connection. [Libyan government spokesman Moussa IBRAHIM†- blames Sarkozy and Obama for this murder.] [NATO spokesman Wing Commander Mike BRACKEN†- says a technical failure may have caused civilian casualties.]

(Studio: Russ Mitchell; Pentagon: David Martin) The War Power Act and Congressional legal complaints about the administration policy in Libya and the latest news on the withdrawal of US troops from the war in Afghanistan discussed.

Mitchell, Russ;
Pizzey, Allen;
Martin, David

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