Tonight on AC360°, Syria's repressive regime, slaughtering unarmed peaceful protesters, less than a day after granting people the right to do exactly what they were doing today – protesting peacefully. We're Keeping Them Honest. Plus, Libya's army will withdraw from the besieged city of Misrata, Libyan Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Khaim said today. A rebel spokesman laughed when he heard about the decision. We'll have a live report from the war zone. Plus, remembering photojournalist Tim Hetherington killed in Misrata earlier this week.
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