U.S. embassies will better protect

U.S. embassies will better protect

Olympia : WA : USA | Sep 18, 2012 at 10:50 PM PDT
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WASHINGTON - The U.S. government continues aggressive'' steps'' to its embassies and diplomatic personnel protection.

That's Minister of Foreign Affairs Hillary Clinton said Tuesday. The government examines how the safety of any diplomatic post has been made.

Last week, the ambassador in Libya and three other U.S. diplomats killed after protesters the U.S. consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi in had burnt.

Other diplomatic missions were targeted by protesters against the film Innocence of Muslims, which the Prophet Muhammad as an immoral and violent person is proposed.


Barack Obama expects the leaders of Muslim countries, that they contribute to the safety of Americans in their countries to guarantee. That said, the U.S. president Wednesday (local time) in New York.

'' The message we need to send to the Muslim world is that we expect them to work with us to keep our people safe,'' said Obama in an interview with the popular U.S. television host David Letterman on CBS. '' We expect full cooperation.''

Obama understands that Muslims are offended by the film. He stressed that the U.S. government nothing to do with the movie. But if Obama is "something is never an excuse for violence."

gloriacalzita is based in Quezon, Central Luzon, Philippines, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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