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Refugees fleeing the ongoing conflict in Libya head to Tunisia.

Jun. 23, 2011

For months, rumors have swirled that Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi gave his soldiers and militiamen approval to rape women thought to support the rebel cause. DePaul law professor Cherif Bassiouni, who leads a U.N. investigation of human rights violations in Libya, discusses the evidence.  And on Global Activism, we'll hear about Dr. Godwin Onyema's 30-year-old dream to build a hospital back in his home town in Nigeria.  He recently started The GEANCO Foundation with his son Afem’s help. The two lay out their plan for the construction of a state-of-the-art hospital in Nigeria’s Anambra state.