Gwen's PBS NewsHour Reports
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Part 1: Tunisia, the birthplace of the Arab spring, held its first truly democratic vote this weekend. Their Libyan neighbors continued to celebrate the death of Moammar Gadhafi, though more questions about his death continue. Meanwhile, there was no end in sight to the uprising in Syria against President Bashar al Assad.PBS NewsHour: Looking Back at Gadhafi's Brutal, Sometimes Bizarre 42-Year Reign
Moammar Gadhafi, killed by rebel forces on Thursday, had been hunted by rebels since the Arab Spring began in Libya in February. Gwen Ifill reports on how the dictator came to power, his 42-year rule and his mostly contentious relationship with the U.S.PBS NewsHour: Heavyweights Romney, Perry Spar in Latest Debate; 9-9-9 Plan Draws More Scrutiny
The clashes came early and often Tuesday night as seven Republican presidential contenders squared off in Las Vegas. Gwen Ifill recaps the eighth GOP debate and checks the accuracy of candidate statements with Political Editor David Chalian and Glenn Kessler of The Washington Post.PBS NewsHour: Shalit Freed in Prisoner Swap, But Hamas' Armed Wing Signals More Struggles
Soldier Gilad Shalit arrived back in Israeli custody Tuesday after being held for more than five years in the Gaza Strip. Gwen Ifill reports on the 1000-for-one prisoner exchange between Israel and Hamas.PBS NewsHour: Obama, Civil Rights Leaders Formally Dedicate MLK Memorial
Tens of thousands of people gathered Sunday in Washington to formally dedicate the National Mall's newest destination, a memorial honoring the life of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. Gwen Ifill reports.