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In debate, Obama, Romney leave out Libya details

Clashes over the terrorist ­attack in Benghazi, Libya, one of the most contentious foreign policy disputes in the presidential race, provided high drama in Tuesday’s debate, but both President Obama and rival Mitt Romney omitted important details about the US reaction and investigation of the siege that killed four Americans, including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens.

And neither man answered the question posed by a undecided voter in the audience at Hofstra University.

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