The Dangers of Reporting from Libya
Friday, March 18, 2011
The situation on the ground in Libya remains fluid. Thursday's UN Security Council resolution was followed by a ceasefire announcement by the Libyan government amid reports that attacks continued to take place against anti-government groups. One thing that has remained constant since the uprising began last month is a lack of tolerance for journalists by the Gaddafi regime. CNN’s Senior International Correspondent Ben Wedeman explains the difficulty of reporting from Libya and the consequences of a media vacuum if foreign reporters leave the country.
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