Sept. 1 - Libyan leaders that overthrew Gaddafi met with world powers in Paris on Thursday to map out the country's rebuilding. Rouogh Cut (no reporter narration).
Rough Cut (No reporter narration) STORY: Leaders of the Libyan uprising that overthrew Muammar Gaddafi met with world powers in Paris on Thursday to map out the country's rebuilding, 42 years to the day after the former strongman seized power in a coup. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister David Cameron -- who spearheaded the military campaign that helped rebels drive Gaddafi from power -- greeted Libya's interim leaders for talks with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, European, Arab and African leaders and the heads of NATO, the U.N. and the EU. With the West anxious to avoid mistakes made in Iraq, the tight three-hour agenda of the first "Friends of Libya" meeting focuses on political and economic reconstruction.