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Crossover: Challenges for Libyan interim government

11-24-2011 20:18 BJT Special Report:Libya in Post-Gaddafi Era |

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Libya is holding about 7,000 detainees, many of them sub-Saharan Africans, without due legal process following the country's civil war. Full Story>>

For more on Libya, we're joined by our correspondent, Guy Henderson, who is standing by in the capital, Tripoli.

Q1: As for the detainees we just talked about, how is the new government going to deal with these detainee issues?

Q2: Libya has a history of tribal divisions, that’s another huge challenge for the government, isn't it?

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV.CN

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