United States Ambassador Perishes in Lybia After Attack
U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and three more employees of the diplomatic mission in Libya died after an attack performed during yesterday eleventh anniversary of 9-11 in the city of Benghazi.
United States president Barack Obama confirmed the death of Stevens and his colleagues, and also condemned the attack. Today the president of the National Libyan Congress, Mohammed Yusef al Magrif, asked for forgiveness to the United States, its people and the whole world for the attack that claimed the life of ambassador Stevens.
A Group of militants assaulted the building of the United States embassy in Bengasi, and burned it to the ground as a protest for the television broadcast about the life of Muhammad, which they consider it to be a blasphemy. AV
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