Clinton: 'Future of Libya' Belongs to Its People

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addresses young Libyans.
1:25 | 10/18/11

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Another note from overseas a very high level visitor to Libya. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton made an unannounced visit where she met with political leaders of -- new government -- rebels now in charge. But where is Moammar -- and how safe is Libya tonight. ABC's Martha Raddatz was traveling with Secretary Clinton in Tripoli. We arrived in Tripoli in a massive military aircraft brimming with missile defenses. I am proud to stand here. On the soil -- free -- this is Libya's victory. And the future belongs to you. But maybe his future is far from certain. Rebel fighters had yet to take full control of Moammar Gadhafi would have -- conducting himself is still in hiding. The Clinton said today she hoped He would be killed or captured soon. Warning that the country could face more fighting but what mrs. Clinton wanted to do most today was to -- young Libyans. The courageous fighters recovering in the hospital. And the college students who are at this country's future wishing she could do more to. If I had a -- want that would have brought it with me and I would leave -- here. The secretary also made one final promise to the Libyan people she said the US is committed for the long haul. Martha Raddatz ABC news tripling.

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