Dispatches | Sep 8, 2011 | 11:44

Future of Libya with Derek Stoffel - September 8, 2011

Rick speaks with CBC's Middle East correspondent Derek Stoffel, in Tunisia after three weeks on the front covering Libya's revolution. They spoke about what happens now that the rebels have driven Gadhafi out of Tripoli, lingering distrust, and prospects for building a new Libya.

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