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Q we are learning tonight about new suspects in September's deadly terror attack on the US mission in Libya.
An incident about to come under extensive congressional scrutiny.
Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge has the latest.
The list of suspects in the 9/11 -- -- attack now extends to a handful of militants aligned with an Egyptian group known as the -- network Fox News has learned.
The network -- is seen -- Mohammed Jamal Abu Ahmed who was released from the Egyptian killed during the Arab Spring he also has close ties to Al qaeda's leader Ayman Al zawahiri.
I think we're gonna find out the Jamal is is much more active internationally across not just in Libya Egypt but also elsewhere.
And his network is involved and really -- terrorism all throughout the Middle East.
US officials believe Jamal establish training camps in Libya and it was in these -- some of the fighters linked to the attack were trained.
We do know that there are dozens of suspects this flies right in the face of what the administration originally told us that there was just some mob and a and a video that got out of control.
With three congressional hearings scheduled next week this letter from the house foreign affairs committee to Secretary Clinton.
Underscores growing complaints from lawmakers the quote we are receding more information from the press them from the administration.
I just know that it's been very difficult to get any information out of them at all ever since September 11.
Asked about a specific report that classified cables were available for two days this week while most senators are out -- town.
A State Department spokeswoman insisted they are tried to comply.
We're working with -- to ensure that the appropriate people can't get to them on the schedule that is convenient for them.
So if there are issues we are you know work even through.
Fox -- is told that some classified documents will now be made available by the State Department on Friday at a special meeting called on short notice on Capitol Hill.
Senior staffers and some senators on foreign relations committee will be able to -- in the materials in a classified setting which means they cannot take copies with -- breast.
Okay we'll follow Catherine thank you --
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