Margaret Evans' Mideast overview
A rebel carrying the flag of pre-Gadhafi Libya (Photo/Reuters)
Just weeks into a new political reality in several North African states the questions are: Will the revolutions hold? Is leadership emerging? Is more change coming?
CBC correspondent Margaret Evans has covered the politics of Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Yemen for years before their revolutions. And she's been to most of them since. She spoke with Rick MacInnes-Rae, from Tripoli.
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