Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has refused to stand down amid widespread anti-government protests which he said had tarnished the image of the country. In his first major speech since unrest began last week, Gaddafi said the whole world looked up to Libya and that protests were "serving the devil". Reading from the country's constitution, he said enemies of Libya would be executed. Lisa Mulins talks with the BBC's Jon Leyne who has just crossed into eastern Libya.
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