Libyan Ambassador in Limbo as Fighting Rages
As bloody battles rage between government troops and rebel forces in Libya, one man has found himself in a diplomatic tight spot. Libya's ambassador to the U.S. Ali Aujali quit his post nearly two weeks ago, denouncing the man who appointed him, Colonel Moammar Gadhafi. But the ambassador says he is remaining in his office at the Libyan Mission in Washington DC, to represent the Libyan people. Aujali speaks about his changing role and the crisis in Libya.