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United States Department of State document, arguing, sex crimes, covert Affairs and intervening in trials has Congress demanding answers to questions about the way the second Federal agency handles reports of sexual harassment.
A deadly attack on the CIA complex in Benghazi, Libya, were the work of well-trained attackers, suggesting that it might be another group that has taken the night before the United States diplomatic mission in the city, according to military
The case against the accused leader of the 2012 attack American targets in Benghazi, Libya, began with it being secretly in Washington in the dark during the hearings were hastily arranged on Saturday afternoon. Ahmed Abu
During a brief appearance in a courtroom, a Libyan militant Ahmed Abu Khatallah pleaded not guilty Saturday in one indictment for his alleged role in attacks on the 2012 United States Mission in Benghazi. The charge carries a
The United States told the UN Security Council that a suspect ringleader of a deadly attack on its 2012 diplomatic compounds in Benghazi, Libya was planning to target more Americans and that justified its capture. In a letter
United States arrested Ahmed Abu Khattala, a suspected leader of an attack of Benghazi that killed four United States citizens, including United States Ambassador in Libya, Chris Stevens. Khattala is currently in American
United States President Barack Obama met today with his National Security Council (NSC) to explore various options to respond to the crisis in Iraq, including the possibility of air strikes with drones to stop Jihadist movement, according to
Vice President Joe Biden travelled to Kiev on Friday evening to attend the inauguration of President-elect Petro Poroshenko as the Obama administration is pressing Russia to accept Ukraine's new leader. Biden is leading the
Republicans Prominent times to Hillary Clinton today mismanagement after the attack on the American Consulate in Benghazi (Libya) in 2012, at a time when former Secretary of State, as a possible democratic candidate for 2016 United States
The Ministry of Finance of the United States imposed sanctions on two people who take opposite sides in the ethnic violence in southern Sudan, signaling growing frustration in Washington with the leaders of the African country.