Friday News Roundup - Hour 2

Hundreds of Turkish citizens working in Libya wait to board the Orhan Gazi, one of two ships sent by Turkey to evacuate Turkish nationals trapped in this country, in Benghazi, Libya, early Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011. Two Turkish ships whisked 3,000 citizens away from the unrest engulfing Libya as Turkey cranked up its largest-ever evacuation on Wednesday, seeking to protect its estimated 25,000 workers in Libya.  - AP Photo/Berk Ozkan, Anatolia

Hundreds of Turkish citizens working in Libya wait to board the Orhan Gazi, one of two ships sent by Turkey to evacuate Turkish nationals trapped in this country, in Benghazi, Libya, early Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011. Two Turkish ships whisked 3,000 citizens away from the unrest engulfing Libya as Turkey cranked up its largest-ever evacuation on Wednesday, seeking to protect its estimated 25,000 workers in Libya.

AP Photo/Berk Ozkan, Anatolia

Friday News Roundup - Hour 2

Pro-Gadhafi forces step up their attack on Libyan protesters as fears of civil war mount. In Bahrain, demonstrations grow despite concessions by the king. And a U.K. court rules in favor of extraditing Julian Assange to Sweden. A panel...

Pro-Gadhafi forces step up their attack on Libyan protesters as fears of civil war mount. In Bahrain, demonstrations grow despite concessions by the king. And a U.K. court rules in favor of extraditing Julian Assange to Sweden. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

Guests

Moises Naim

chief international columnist, El Pais.

Nadia Bilbassy

senior U.S. correspondent, MBC TV -- Middle East Broadcast Centre.

Mark Landler

diplomatic correspondent, The New York Times.

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