October 22, 2012

Benghazi, Arab Spring Rear Up in U.S. Campaign

David Kirkpatrick, New York Times

AP Photo

When people here talk about American politics, many look to the sky, where the buzz of surveillance drones has grown heavy since last month’s deadly assault on the United States mission in this city in eastern Libya.

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TAGGED: Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, 2012, Arab Spring, Chris Stevens, Benghazi, Libya

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