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When the bodies of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans killed in Benghazi, Libya, arrived at Andrews Air Force Base after the Sept. 11 attack
"They were greeted by the president, the vice president and the secretaries of state and defense.
Conspicuously absent was CIA Director David Petraeus, officials close to Mr. Petraeus say he stayed away in an effort to conceal the agency's role in collecting intelligence and providing security in Benghazi.
The coordinated attacks stirred up a political hornet's nest over whether the administration provided adequate security
Two of the four men who died that day, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, were former Navy SEAL commandos who were publicly identified as State Department contract security officers, but who actually worked as Central Intelligence Agency contractors, U.S. officials say.
Nearly eight weeks after the attacks, a complete accounting hasn't emerged in public view.
The U.S. effort in Benghazi was at its heart a CIA operation, according to officials briefed on the intelligence. Of the more than 30 American officials evacuated from Benghazi following the deadly assault, only seven worked for the State Department. Nearly all the rest worked for the CIA, under diplomatic cover"
The CIA’s secret role helps explain why security appeared inadequate at the U.S. diplomatic facility.
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Over the past months, there has been a rise in the ‘green-on-blue’ attacks in Afghanistan, in which Afghan security forces turn their weapons on US-led foreign troopers. Nearly 60 foreign soldiers have been killed in the attacks so far in 2012.
Moreover, US-led troops and Afghan forces are falling prey to Taliban attacks on an almost daily basis.
The United States and its allies invaded Afghanistan in 2001 as part of Washington’s so-called war on terror. The offensive removed the Taliban from power, but insecurity remains across the country."