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U.S. Consulate Attacked in Benghazi, Lybia
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On September 11, 2012, the American Ambassador and three foreign service officers in Libya were murdered in a terrorist attack. On September 12 the President offered condolences to the families of these State Department officials who gave their lives. And then -- talking about the events of September 11, 2001 and the observance of that day -- he said "No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation, alter its character, or eclipse the light of the values we stand for." He did not say (as he suggested in the second Presidential debate) that the attack in Benghazi was a terrorist act.

Then during the weekend after the attack, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., Susan Rice, appeared on five Sunday talk shows and contended the attack stemmed from an anti-Muslim film released on YouTube.

The question is what is fact and what is fiction?

This Website has a chronology of the news coverage of this event. It is updated on a regular basis as stories appear in the news media. The chronology will give you a summary of the story lines and in most cases, a link to the actual source.

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