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Demonstrators in Benghazi, Libya, held a sign during a rally a day after an attack on the US consulate there killed four US diplomats.
Among the dead was Ambassador Christopher Stevens.
Dozens of people participated in the rally.
Chris Stevens was the first US ambassador to be killed in the line of duty since 1979.
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Stevens was accompanied by an unidentified security staffer at meetings with opposition leaders in Benghazi on April 11, 2011.
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President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton greeted State Department personnel in the courtyard of the State Department.
An attack on the US consulate in Libya killed ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
The attackers used machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades to assault the compound.
The flag at the White House flew at half mast to acknowledge the deaths.
An armed man was seen at the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, Tuesday as buildings and vehicles burned.
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Soot and debris spilled out of the US consulate in Libya after an attack the previous night.
A mob of protesters and gunmen had overwhelmed the consulate, setting fire to it in outrage over a film that ridicules the prophet Mohammed.
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President Obama vowed the US would ‘‘work with the Libyan government to bring to justice’’ those who killed the Americans in Libya.
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Mitt Romney said the Obama administration had sent “mixed signals” to the world and had initially taken on an apologetic tone.
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In a statement, Senator John Kerry said "it is exactly the wrong time to throw political punches."
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Hillary Clinton praised Stevens (pictured at right) for his "passion for service, for diplomacy and for the Libyan people."
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Palestinians burned a US flag Wednesday during a protest against the movie, "Innocence of Muslims."
A vehicle was engulfed in flames during the attack at the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, late Tuesday night.
The consulate in Benghazi came under rocket attack during protests, a Libyan official said.
Protests also raged at the US Embassy in Cairo Tuesday.
Protesters would eventually tear down the US flag in Cairo.
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