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Hillary Clinton Statement Re: US Libyan Consulate Attack #1030378

CNN Special for Wednesday, Sep 12, 2012

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of a portion of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's statement re: the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which resulted in the death of US Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three others.
  • Analysis includes the participation of former US Ambassador to Iraq Christopher Hill and Stanford University Senior Fellow Fouad Ajami, and taped excerpts of statements by Libya Prime Minister Mohammed al-Megaryef, former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Republican presidential candidate former Governor Mitt Romney.
  • Reporter(s):
    Labott, Elise;
    Starr, Barbara;
    Karadsheh, Jomana;
    Keilar, Brianna;
    Sidner, Sara;
    Verjee, Zain;
    Streitfeld, Rachel
    Duration:
    01:12:00

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