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Alessandro Bruno on the Fury Over Al Magrahi Release

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image Bruno in a CTV interview

The release of Al Magrahi from a Scotish jail and his return to Libya have led to outrage in the United States and a state of euphoria in Libya. The Europeans have been less concerned about the issue, although pressure is likely to increase on the Scottish government, in particular to pave the way for the possible resignation justice minister Kenny MacAskill. While the debate goes, our own Deputy Editor Alessandro Bruno weighs in with this interview with CTV and on Global Journalist Radio, among the various ones he has given on the topic and others.



TV appearances Click here to jump to CTV's interview of Alessandro Bruno.

North Africa Journal on radio  Download a radio discussion with Alessandro Bruno at Global Journalist (MP3 format, 12 MB size) 

Radio guests are:

Alessandro Bruno
deputy editor
The North Africa Journal
Toronto, Canada

Martin Fletcher
foreign correspondent
The Times of London
Tripoli, Libya

Peter Grier
Washington editor
Christian Science Monitor
Washington, DC

David Maddox
political correspondent
The Scotsman
Edinburgh, Scotland

Keith Weir
chief correspondent
London, UK


Comments (1 posted):

Steve Stilton on 26 August, 2009 10:36:48
Mr. Bruno makes sense. Ive been living in London since slightly before the event and not too many of my friends in the UK buy the theory that Migrahi was behind it.

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