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Send in the drones: U.S. launches military manhunt for terrorists who murdered ambassador and three of his team

 
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Send in the drones: U.S. launches military manhunt for terrorists who murdered ambassador and three of his team
•Up to 5,000 protestors are trying to storm the U.S. embassy in Yemen's capital, Sana'a
•USS Laboon and USS McFaul, which are both armed with Tomahawk missiles, to be sent to the coast of Libya

•Attack came amid protests following film The Innocence Of Muslims which 'insults Prophet Mohammed'
•Attackers could have been staging revenge attack for death of al Qaeda official in June
•Officials noted that attack came on 11th anniversary of 9/11

•U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens died of 'smoke inhalation' after grenade attack on consulate in Benghazi, while they were being evacuated from a safe house
•President Obama vows to hunt down Stevens' killers

•Marines on their way to Benghazi to provide additional security and drones expected to gather intelligence
•Sean Smith, a foreign service information manager, was also shot dead by armed militants
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Re: Send in the drones: U.S. launches military manhunt for terrorists who murdered ambassador and three of his team
The U.S. has launched a major military manhunt to find the terrorists responsible for the murder of U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and three of his team in a bloody attack on Tuesday against the U.S. consulate in Libya.


U.S. officials have announced they are sending warships to the coast of Libya in an apparent terrorist hunt, and American drone aircraft are also expected to join the search for potential targets.


Violence is spreading across the Muslim world and currently up to 5,000 protestors are trying to storm the U.S. embassy in Yemen's capital, Sana'a.

The White House has said it is keeping an open mind as to the reason for the Tuesday's strike in Libya, but it is investigating whether the attack in Benghazi was planned in advance by terrorists.


The assault had initially been thought to have been a spontaneous reaction to protests over an anti-Islamic film, but there is now speculation it was a long-planned ambush on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack, or a revenge attack for death of an al Qaeda official in June in Yemen.


A U.S. counter-terrorism official said the Benghazi violence was 'too co-ordinated or professional' to be unplanned.
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