Rebels and Gadhafi loyalists continue to clash today in Tripoli, but President Obama says the 42-year reign of Moammar Gadhafi is coming to an end. With the Transitional National Council poised to take control of Libya, we're taking a closer look at the leaders and tribes that make up the rebel government.
In late March and early April, a boat filled with dozens of African migrants drifted in the Mediterranean for 16 days with almost no food, fuel or water. Although the boat made contact with various European authorities, no rescue was attempted and 61 people died. On this week’s Underreported, Fred Abrahams, Special Advisor at Human Rights Watch, describes what happened aboard the ship and why an investigation has been launched into how NATO and its member states responded to the ship’s distress calls.