Tonight, only on 360°, we have the emotional telephone call between Eman al-Obeidy and her mom. Al-Obeidy is the woman who has made headlines around the world after she snuck into a Tripoli hotel and told journalists she had been raped by pro-Gadhafi forces.
Since she told her story at the hotel the regime has tried and failed to get her to recant it. She says she’s been imprisoned and threatened. They've even tried to bribe her family. Al-Obeidy has never changed her story; even when an anchor on state-run television called her a prostitute.
Now there's word the regime is targeting her online. The New York Times reports supporters of Gadhafi are circulating what they claim is a pornographic video of her. We'll tell you what the video really shows.
Just today al-Obeidy was threatened yet again. She'll tell you what happened in court. You'll also hear from her mom.
"Think with your sister to find a solution and bring you back (to Tobruk) before they kill you," al-Obeidy's mom told her on the phone.
In Japan, there's growing outrage over the response to the country's nuclear crisis.
Tokyo Electric, which operates the crippled Fukushima Daiichi power plant, has announced plans to give residents of one community near the facility an initial payment of 20 million yen - about $12 each - as "payment for their troubles."
As you can imagine, that's not enough to many people.
There's also news that fish have been detected with radiation and that about 3 million gallons of water poured into the Pacific had radiation levels millions of times above the regulatory limit.
We'll get the latest developments from CNN's Kyung Lah in Tokyo and former senior nuclear power plant operator Michael Friedlander.
Join us for these stories and much more starting at 10 p.m. ET.
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