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A morning that began with Friday prayers turned into a day with Americans under assault on several continents.
Fires burning tear gas flowing and bullets flying around US -- The questions tonight focus on security.
And what warnings the president and his administration may have had of the deadly attack on the Libyan consulate on September 11.
A day that should've sent off alarm bells to begin with -- chief Washington correspondent James Rosen is that the State Department tonight and he begins our coverage with a look at breaking news within the past hour.
Out of a joint American and British military base in Afghanistan could inject.
-- good evening a spokesman for the joint command in Afghanistan tells Fox News this hour.
About an attack that just occurred at camp bastion camp leather neck that is scheduled involved rocket attacks and mortar fire in which may have caused fatalities.
We're still running down the details but whatever the details remains the case.
The tonight President Obama and secretary of state Clinton confront a situation.
In which Americans are under attack across the globe.
In Tunisia birthplace of the Arab Spring several thousand demonstrators massed near the US embassy in the capital of tunis.
With some scaling the compound -- setting fire to trees and smashing windows they also employed arson to destroy a nearby American school they can for the day.
Authorities fired tear gas and live rounds state television reported three dead 28 injured.
The senior US official told Fox News the Tunisian police did quote precisely what they -- In Khartoum ancient capital of Sudan rioters torched the German embassy.
And attack the US embassy as well -- an Islamic flag in place of the stars and stripes.
In Cairo the areas near the US embassy -- -- we -- square -- -- with tension for another day.
As riot police used tear gas to disperse crowds and Egyptian president Mohamed morsi prodded in a tense phone call by President Obama appeared on TV to appeal for call.
Yemen for what US officials called precautionary reasons a fast team of Marines arrived in the capital Sanaa.
And in Lebanon side of a rare papal visit.
Only forty miles separated the motorcade -- Pope Benedict the sixteenth in Beirut from these scenes in Tripoli to the north.
With thugs ransacked and set fire to western fast food chains in all some three dozen locales stretching from Western Europe to South Asia witnessed the Islamic unrest directed.
This is a political not a religious problem we have countries countries that have had civil wars and that don't yet have a consolidated government to ensure peace and security on their own territory.
Back in Washington a closed door briefing by CIA director David Petraeus.
Left members of the House Intelligence Committee reassured on one count I'm confident US government to would've ripped that protective services.
And secretary of state Clinton remembering her fallen comrades vowed to do just that.
We owe it to those four men.
To continue long hard work of diplomacy.
And we will under the president's leadership.
Keep taking steps to protect our personnel -- round.
We can report -- you -- those embassy riots are concerned that all US personnel are safe and accounted for.
However we can -- report that two people are confirmed dead several injured in that attack.
A camp leather neck about which we just told you in Afghanistan one final note President Obama today formally notified house speaker.
John Boehner of military deployment in Yemen and Libya he said these groups are armed for conflict and combat.
But he expects its just going to be a precautionary measure Brett.
James Rosen live at the State Department tonight James --
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