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Mon August 22, 2011
Middle East

What Happens To An Ousted Dictator?

Robert Siegel talks with Jackson Diehl, deputy editorial page editor and columnist at The Washington Post. He looks at what's happened to other autocrats of the past who've fallen from power — and what that tells us about might happen to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.

1:00pm

Mon August 22, 2011
NPR Story

Libyan Rebels Say Gadhafi's Reign Is Over

The head of Libya's rebel provisional government declared Moammar Gadhafi's reign is over — though battles continue in the country's capital of Tripoli, and Gadhafi's whereabouts remain a mystery.

1:00pm

Mon August 22, 2011
Africa

Libyan Rebels Claim Control Of Most Of Tripoli

After easy advance into the Libya capital of Tripoli Sunday, rebels are encountering resistance inside the city, especially around the barracks that are Moammar Gadhafi's official residential compound.

1:00pm

Mon August 22, 2011
Race

How Close Are We To Realizing King's 'Dream'?

The opening of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial in Washington, D.C., comes at a time when it's hard to tell just how close we are to King's "dream." To help us appraise that, Robert Siegel speaks with Julian Bond, a veteran civil rights activist and former chairman of the NAACP.

1:00pm

Mon August 22, 2011
History

Martin Luther King Memorial Opens

After years of debate, fundraising and construction, the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial opened to the public Monday

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