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Libyan force was lesson in limits of U.S. power

“After widespread looting of Gaddafi’s arsenals, the country was awash in heavy weapons. Militias, reluctant to give up power, had begun to turn their guns on one another. A separatist movement was gaining steam in the country’s east. And in 2012, Islamist militants had killed Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans in Benghazi.”

Source: Libyan force was lesson in limits of U.S. power – The Washington Post

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