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Aid told to stand down for CIA operators in Benghazi
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Combat Experts Wanting to Help During Benghazi Attack Were Told to ‘Stand Down”

Imagine being in a "war zone" and knowing comrades are under attack, but told to "stand down" -- leave them alone!

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Emails about Libya-Benghazi attack show White House aware of situation
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E-Mails Confirm White House Told About Libya Attacks – As They Were Happening.

So, apparently it wasn't the video after all.

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Obama Appears On Daily Show With Jon Stewart
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Mother to Obama: ‘My Son Is Not Very Optimal? He’s Dead’

While maybe you don't watch the Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Comedy Central,  Obama's comments about the four Americans killed in Benghazi have created a firestorm.

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Feds spend money on green cars-not anti-terrorism security
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State Department Buys Volts For Vienna, But Not Security For Libya

A new (damaging) report has made the Obama administration appear to be more concerned with 'green' energy than the security of our people overseas.

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Passenger Attacks Flight Attendant With Nail Clippers

An Alitalia Flight heading to Rome from Paris was forced to make a detour stop in Libya on Sunday after a passenger grew increasingly agitated mid-journey.

According to CNN, flight attendants were eventually forced to immobilize the man after he tried attacking a flight attendant with his nail clippers.

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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton makes a statement on Libya at the State Department March 24, 2011 in Washington, DC. Clinton said NATO Will take over the command of no-fly zone operations over Libya
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Clinton Welcomes NATO’s Decision to Enforce No-Fly Zone

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton welcomed NATO's decision to enforce the no-fly zone over Libya, although it will not take total control of the military operations against Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi.

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L), meets with U.S. President Barack Obama in the Oval Office at the White House on March 7, 2011 in Washington, DC.
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Obama Says “Qaddafi Will Be Held Accountable”

Hundreds if not thousands of people have died since Libya's uprising began. More than 200,000 people have fled the country creating a humanitarian crisis across the border with Tunisia -- another North African country in turmoil after an uprising in January that ousted its longtime leader.

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