John Burns on Libya's Present and Future

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A Libyan anti-government protester holds his old national flag in front of a wall covered with graffiti against Libyan leader Moammer Gadhafi in the eastern city of Tobruk on February 24, 2011.
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John Burns, London bureau chief for The New York Times, joins us live from London to discuss the situation in Libya. Burns recently spent several weeks in the hotel in Tripoli that is currently housing Western journalists. He speaks on the dangers facing foreign correspondents in the city, the hopeful and relieved mood of Libyans and both the nation's and Gadhafi's futures as the threat of the ICC looms over his head.