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Libya 'talking points' were heavily edited by the CIA, Wall Street Journal reports

The Libya attack "talking points" were "heavily watered down" by the CIA before being passed along to the White House, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.

Farraj al-Dursi, Benghazi police chief, assassinated

Al-Dursi attempted to curb the activities of extremist militias in Benghazi after US ambassador Chris Stevens and three colleagues were killed when the US consulate in the city was overrun on Sept. 11 of this year, the Guardian reported.

Migrant boat sinks between Italy and Libya, killing 11

Another 70 Somalis that survived the accident were pulled from the water on Saturday and Sunday, and were taken to the Italian island of Lampedusa.

Libya: The top 4 things you're not hearing

As the US campaigns clash over what President Barack Obama did and didn’t know about the attack on a US consulate in Benghazi on Sept. 11, there is real news happening in Libya that could have a real impact on the country, the region and the world.

Tunisia arrests one Benghazi attack suspect; another suspect killed in Egypt

Ali Harzi was charged with "membership of a terrorist organization in a time of peace in another country."

E-mails: White House was told about Libya militant link within hours

Washington agencies received emails saying militant group Ansar al Sharia had claimed responsibility.

Libya: Clashes in Bani Walid claim 22 lives as families flee (VIDEO)

Pro-government militia from the town of Misrata have been shelling Bani Walid for days, amid claims from the government that the town still harbors many Gaddafi loyalists.

Libya: The shadow of Muammar Gaddafi

CAIRO — A year after Gaddafi’s gruesome demise — when vengeful rebel militias dragged the bloodied dictator from a drainpipe and executed him — Libya is politically freer. But it is also beset by socio-political and humanitarian problems that threaten its quest for democracy. 

Ahmed Abu Khattala, suspected leader of Benghazi attack, denies involvement

"All this talk is baseless,” Khattala told the AP. “I am in Benghazi, have a job and live my life normally."
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