During a story Monday night about the war in Libya, Canada's Global News’ anchor Mark McAllister started to speak in gibberish -- similar to CBS reporter Serene Branson last month. Afterwards, the network issued a statement saying Mark "suffered a minor medical issue causing him to experience a moment of disorientation." He tweeted that he was doing OK and was planning to follow-up with his doctor.
Meanwhile in Libya, an anchor on the state-run network Al Libya pledged to fight until the death and is willing to sacrifice his "last drop of blood, last baby and child" for crazy dictator Muammar Gadaffi. He made these remarks during an on-air tirade while brandishing an AK-47.