Obama aide visits Libya to discuss security, accept ‘condolences’
From: The Washington Times | October 10, 2012
A top White House official met with the president of Libya in Tripoli on Wednesday and "accepted condolences" for the deaths of four Americans last month in a terrorist attack on a U.S. Consulate there.
The visit of John Brennan, President Obama's assistant for homeland security and counter-terrorism, came as ...
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