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Demonstrators in London protest against the no-fly operation in Libya.

Mar. 23, 2011

While the Arab world broadly supported the enforcement of a no-fly zone over Libya, some in the region are jittery about the international coalition’s attack on Muammar Qaddafi’s forces and military installations. Laith Saud, who lectures on Islamic world studies at DePaul University, provides analysis. Also, the Cricket World Cup is underway in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and India. WBEZ’s Ammad Omar talks with Jerome McDonnell about the scandals rocking this year’s tournament. And on Global Notes, Jerome and Radio M host Tony Sarabia listen to some neomelodics, products of Naples’ mafia syndicate known as the Camorra. The mostly-male artists sing in the Neapolitan dialect and are mega-stars in the Campagna region of Italy.