Last week’s deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate was just one sign of how the city is a tough customer: Benghazans rumble with discontent that the new leadership in Tripoli still doesn’t treat them as equals.
Last week’s deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate was just one sign of how the city is a tough customer: Benghazans rumble with discontent that the new leadership in Tripoli still doesn’t treat them as equals. AP
Last week’s deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate was just one sign of how the city is a tough customer: Benghazans rumble with discontent that the new leadership in Tripoli still doesn’t treat them as equals. AP

Ansar al Shariah, linked to diplomat’s death, sets Benghazi rally to counter calls for moderation

September 20, 2012 07:29 PM

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