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We have evidence that Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi's regime is committing mass murder. For weeks now, Gadahfi and his followers have said they've been battling al Qaeda and not targeting civilians. Tonight we'll play video from a city under siege that shows otherwise.
Alex Crawford and her crew from Sky News recorded proof that the Libyan military is in fact taking aim at Libyans, and with deadly force. Crawford also joins Anderson to talk about what she witnessed.
You'll also hear from an opposition leader with a bounty of more than $575,000 on his head. He's the head of the National Transitional Council. The Gadhafi regime has labeled Mustafa Adbul-Jalil "an agent spy."
There's also renewed fighting in the eastern oil city of Ras Lanuf. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports that pro-Gadhafi forces appear to advancing on the city. He saw intense artillery and rocket bombardment on the western edge of Ras Lanuf this morning, for about 90 minutes. A doctor told Wedeman 25 wounded people came into his hospital in just 30 minutes.
We also have an eyewitness account of what's happening in the town of Misrata, east of Tripoli. Opposition forces say they still have control of the area. But there's been fierce fighting there in recent days.
Join us for these stories and much more starting at 10 p.m. ET. See you then.
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