What Gaddafi’s End Means for the Arab Spring 10-20-2011

The World on February 17, 2012 19:46

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    New York Times correspondent Anthony Shadid, who twice won the Pulitzer Prize, has died on assignment in Syria. The World has featured Shadid in our broadcast on several occasions. Below are three of the most recent conversations. Here, Lisa Mullins talks with Shadid following the death of Muammar Gaddafi in Libya and how that fits into the broader arc of the Arab Spring.

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