Kidnapping Reveals Chaos In LibyaPlay
Gunmen captured Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zidan in his heavily guarded luxury hotel early this morning. He was later released, but the kidnapping is another blow to Libya's new and fragile government.
Reports say the abduction may have been in retaliation for U.S. special forces seizing a Libyan al-Qaida suspect last weekend.
New York Times reporter David Kirkpatrick speaks with Here & Now's Robin Young.
- David Kirkpatrick, Cairo bureau chief for The New York Times. He tweets @ddknyt.
This segment aired on October 10, 2013.