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How Benghazi Is Reacting To The Deadly Attacks

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One Libyan diplomat says U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens had close ties within the country where he was serving. Reuters correspondent Hadeel Al-Shalchi, based in Benghazi, speaks to Steve Inskeep about the tragic events in Libya that led to Stevens' death, and the deaths of three other American diplomats.
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