December 29, 2013

Uncovering the Murky Truth in Benghazi

David Kirkpatrick, New York Times

The Associated Press

There was plenty of confusion during the September 11 Benghazi attack. But not much al-Qaeda.

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TAGGED: Benghazi, Terrorism, Libya

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