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Richard Engel on Gaddafi's Options and Propaganda

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One of our most astute correspondents in the Middle East is Richard Engel, chief correspondent for NBC. Here are his latest updates on the Libyan crisis, first on the Gaddafi's current options and how confronting Gaddafi is NOT hurting America's image in the Arab world right now, but helping it, Gaddafi is so despised.

Next is his exposition on Gaddafi's high-powered propaganda apparatus:

 

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