Conflict & Justice

The battle for Misrata

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While parts of Libya's northern coast have been changing hands from day to day, the conflict in Misrata has turned into a lethal stand-off. Weeks of heavy bombardments by forces loyal to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi have failed to break the deadlock. Hundreds have died in the seven-week siege. Anchor Lisa Mullins talks with Los Angeles Times reporter Ned Parker in Misrata. 

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