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And John we're getting more and more information about the tragic events in Libya as -- day goes on first who was involved.
Along with US ambassador to Libya Cris Stevens.
The information officer there in Libya for the united say Sean Smith.
As well as two other Americans possibly securities as not to be confirmed yet still to be identified.
There were killed at or around the US consulate in the eastern portion of that country there in the city of Ben -- that happened overnight -- was a career diplomat he put a key role in tumultuous period in Libya and they'll post throughout the mideast -- that type of dedicated American diplomat we have come across time and time again.
Secretary of state Clinton described him as being committed to advancing America's values and interest.
Now all of this with the result -- an attack on the consulate by those Islam -- -- -- apparently this film made in the US critical of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed.
That's getting big heavy play on the Internet.
The consulate was hit by rockets it was burnt down.
US and -- forces responded but also hit apparently the vehicle in which the ambassador and others work we're trying to flee the scene.
Libyan officials have apologized to say they're looking for those responsible.
One group suspect of right now we have allegiances to al-Qaeda but there are many militant groups operating in the post Qaddafi Libya seem right now as we have seen firsthand US says it is also investigating President Obama saying the justice will be done that team the Marines is set to go to the compound and security.
This followed as you've noted John the riot and assault on the US embassy yesterday in Cairo.
Protesters there are also angry about that film we have been in contact today with staffers at.
The embassy they say things are going along okay today but there is more security as there is more security being beefed up.
And -- being being beefed up throughout the region we're already getting word from US embassies in Tunisia as well as Algeria warning Americans to be careful to avoid any extra travel in that area.
We're already hearing about protests in the West Bank the danger is far from passed back -- --
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