December 23, 2013

Is Libya al-Qaeda's New Hotbed?

Jamie Dettmer, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

Sunday’s suicide bombing in Benghazi could be a sign that al Qaeda is no longer using Libya as a haven—but instead turning the country into a battlefield.

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TAGGED: Al-Qaeda, Libya, Benghazi

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