Tag Archives: Benghazi

01Oct/17

Benghazi port reopens after three-year closure

BENGHAZI, LIBYA (Reuters) – Benghazi’s commercial port officially reopened on Sunday (October 1) after a three-year closure due to fighting between rival factions in the east Libyan city. Continue reading

17Jan/16
Ride Along 2

“The Force” weakens under pressure from “Ride Along 2”

Space opera “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is no match for the star power of Kevin Hart in “Ride Along 2” and Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Revenant.”

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15Dec/15
A pushcart vendor’s desperate act galvanizes the Arab world

Five years since spark that started ‘Arab Spring’

It was five years ago that a vegetable-seller in Tunisia set himself alight, igniting weeks of demonstrations that led to the unseating of long-time ruler Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali – and setting off a chain of uprisings across the region.

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24Oct/15

Hillary Clinton says she had “long day” at Benghazi hearing

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton talks about her “long day” testifying before the congressional committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya that left four Americans dead.
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20Oct/15

Benghazi panel to grill Clinton, amid claims of partisanship

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton heads to Capitol Hill where she will testify on Benghazi amid claims that the Republican-controlled House Benghazi Committee was more interested in damaging Clinton’s reputation than uncovering the truth that deadly night.

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09Mar/15

Hillary Clinton wants women to face “no ceilings”

Hillary Clinton calls for women to face “no ceilings” at an event focused on gender equality and women’s rights.

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