Libya's Gaddafi faces 'Day of Anger'

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Hundreds of anti-government protesters have clashed with police and supporters of Colonel Gaddafi in Libya's second city, in the latest display of unrest in the Arab world. Dozens of people are said to have been hurt in the clashes in Benghazi. The unrest comes a day before planned anti-government demonstrations on Thursday, dubbed 'Day of Anger,' which are being organized via internet social networks. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Rana Jawad in Libya.

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