Friday News Roundup - Hour 2

Friday News Roundup - Hour 2

A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories: A German court ruled that bailouts to troubled eurozone countries are legal; convoys of Libyan loyalists fled to Niger while the whereabouts of Muammar Gaddafi remained unknown; the U.S. announced it would keep 4,000 troops in Iraq after the withdrawal date; and a bomb exploded outside India's High Court on Wednesday, killing eleven people.

A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories: A German court ruled that bailouts to troubled eurozone countries are legal but required future rescue packages be approved by Parliament; convoys of Libyan loyalists fled to Niger while the whereabouts of Muammar Gaddafi remained unknown; the U.S. announced it would keep 3,000-5,000 troops in Iraq into 2012; and a bomb exploded outside India's High Court on Wednesday, killing eleven people.

Guests

Elise Labott

senior State Department producer for CNN.

David Ignatius

columnist, The Washington Post; contributor to “Post Partisan” blog on washingtonpost.com. His latest book is titled "Bloodmoney: A Novel of Espionage."

Edward McBride

Washington correspondent, The Economist.

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