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Tuesday, March 8 , 2011

Season 2011 Episode 670 | 53m 25s

Tonight on the program, we get on the ground reports from Libya where fighting intensified after Moammar Gadhafi's forces attacked the opposition with tanks and airstrikes. Also, Politics Editor David Chalian explains the budget stalemate in the Senate and the second in Ray Suarez's series of reports on gender violence in Guatemala.

Aired: 03/07/11 | Expires: 04/08/11
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