Deadly Protests in Libya

The Arab world's longest serving leader Muammar Gaddafi is feeling the heat from his county. Anti-Gaddafi protestors clashed with police in Libya this week. At least 24 people have died in the past two days of protests. Gaddafi holds no official state position and is known as “Brother Leader and Guide of the Revolution.” However for over forty year he has been the face of Libya's international relations. Last month he spoke out against changing powers in the Arab world, saying he believes it is a foreign intervention. Stay with FOX 32 for the latest on Libya.