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12.09.2012

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Former US ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk says he knew the US ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, personally and his death is a 'grievous tragedy'. But Mr Indyk says the risks associated with being a diplomat are great and the deadly attack on the Libyan US consulate is likely to have been premeditated and probably directed by Al Qaeda. Source: abc.net.au

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