NBC's Jim Miklaszewski and Ayman Mohyeldin discuss unconfirmed reports that ousted Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi has been killed. Warning: This report includes graphic video.
NBC News’ Correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin answered reader questions about Col. Moammar Gadhafi’s death and what it means for Libya and the region.
Mohyeldin covered the Middle East for several years as a correspondent for Al Jazeera. He reported extensively on the Arab Spring in Egypt and Tunisia. He has spent time reporting from Libya and interviewed Gadhafi several years ago.
Readers asked him questions about what Gadhafi’s death means for the Middle East? How his death will reverberate across the region and affect the other countries still revolting against authoritarian regimes, like in Syria, or trying to sort out what democracy means, like in Egypt.
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