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[View the story “The death of US Ambassador in Libya” on Storify] The death of US Ambassador in Libya Follow IndepthAfrica live blog on the violent deaths of four American diplomatic personnel in Libya today 12/09/2012. Storified by Indepth Africa · Wed, Sep 12 2012 16:21:26 V. mov...
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The United States is deploying a US Marine anti-terrorism team to Libya to bolster security after a deadly attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, a US defense official said Wednesday. “The Marines are sending a FAST (Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team) team to Libya,” the official, ...
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The loss of four American lives in Libya, including the brutal suffocation of Ambassador Christopher Stevens, and the burning of the American embassy in Egypt should put an immediate end to all of the wishful-thinking, double-talk about the Obama foreign policy “successes” so eagerly spewed by the ma...
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In October Libya will officially celebrate its first anniversary of independence, though in fact it has been more than a year since Tripoli was overrun. In the same month the West will mark 11 years of involvement in Afghanistan, the first step in the global War on Terror. And unfortunately for Libya...
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The Obama administration, roiled by the first killing of a U.S. ambassador in more than 30 years, is investigating whether the assault on the U.S. consulate in Libya was a planned terrorist strike to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and not a spontaneous mob enraged over an anti-Is...
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The killing, allegedly by suffocation, of United States Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens in the Cyrenaican port city of Benghazi in eastern Libya has prompted much talk about the possible implications of growing anti-American sentiment in the countries of the Arab Spring. Confusion concerning ...
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The flareup of violence in which Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed in Libya shows how the Arab Spring has unleashed forces that are vehemently opposed to America and its ideals. Washington The killings of the US ambassador to Libya and three other American diplomats in an attack on the US consulate...
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Roger Runningen and Hans Nichols, ©2012 Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) — President Barack Obamacondemned “in the strongest terms” an attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya that left the ambassador and three other American embassy staff dead. He ordered tighter security at diplomatic posts across the...
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By Richard Spencer, Middle East Correspondent and Areesh Saeed in Benghazi,telegraph.co.uk Chris Stevens had travelled to Benghazi this week to open an American cultural centre, a fitting reminder of the friendships he forged there during the Libyan uprising against Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. By Tuesda...
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By: Anthony Gregory On the eve of September 10, 2001, I went to sleep a libertarian, distrustful of the state, holding both major political parties in contempt, seeing the federal government as the primary enemy of the American people, their lives and liberties. The next morning, watching the horrifi...