Category Archives: Libya

Non-State Military Actors: The Case of the 2011 Libyan Conflict

Non-State Military Actors: The Case of the 2011 Libyan Conflict Subjects: Political science, Political science (General), Political science, Political science (General) Authors: Radana Makariusová, Zdeněk Ludvík Date of publication: 2012 December Published in: Central European Journal of International and Security … Continue reading

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Private Emails Reveal Ex-Clinton Aide’s Secret Spy Network

Private Emails Reveal Ex-Clinton Aide’s Secret Spy Network Emails disclosed by a hacker show a close family friend was funneling intelligence about the crisis in Libya directly to the Secretary of State’s private account starting before the Benghazi attack. by … Continue reading

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American killed in Libya grew up in Cochise County; Security contractor among 10 dead in assault by Islamic State affiliate

News American killed in Libya grew up in Cochise County ; Security contractor among 10 dead in assault by Islamic State affiliate The Arizona Daily Star By Yoohyun Jung Arizona Daily Star 29 January 2015 An American security contractor with … Continue reading

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Crucible employee slain by terrorists in Libya was ‘warrior,’ father says

Crucible employee slain by terrorists in Libya was ‘warrior,’ father says FATHER DESCRIBES SON, FORMER MARINE KILLED IN TERROR ATTACK IN LIBYA, AS PATRIOTIC AMERICAN This photo of Crucible contractor David Berry is froma GoFundMe page created for his family. … Continue reading

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Security contractor David Berry, killed in Libya, leaves a legacy of U.S. military service

  Security contractor David Berry, killed in Libya, leaves a legacy of U.S. military service By Dan Lamothe January 28 at 4:32 PM Follow @danlamothe David J. Berry, 33, was one of at least 10 people killed in a Jan. … Continue reading

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American among victims of attack on hotel in Libyan capital

American among victims of attack on hotel in Libyan capital Libya assesses deadly hotel attack(0:40) Libyan authorities began clearing debris from Tripoli’s Corinthia hotel, a day after heavily armed gunmen stormed the building, killing nine people. By Daniela Deane and … Continue reading

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House Intelligence Committee preparing point-by-point response to CIA contractors on Benghazi

December 4th, 2014 01:05 PM ET House Intelligence Committee preparing point-by-point response to CIA contractors on Benghazi By Jake Tapper Washington (CNN) – Under fire from CIA contractors who were first-hand witnesses to the events in Beghazi, Libya, on September … Continue reading

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Reshaping Security Governmentality: Private Military Companies in Libya and the resignification of Neoliberal practices

Reshaping Security Governmentality: Private Military Companies in Libya and the resignification of Neoliberal practices

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Blackwater Jury Asks to See Video Aftermath of Baghdad Carnage

Blackwater Jury Asks to See Video Aftermath of Baghdad Carnage By Andrew Zajac Oct 20, 2014 3:00 PM ET The jury deliberating since early September the fate of four former Blackwater guards charged with killing or wounding more than 30 … Continue reading

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A suggestion for the House Benghazi committee: Let’s talk about private military contractors

Wednesday, Sep 17, 2014 08:29 AM EST   A suggestion for the House Benghazi committee: Let’s talk about private military contractors   Here’s a topic Benghazi hearings should cover: Military contractors’ enormous role, and their shameful treatment Mitchell Zuckoff Topics: … Continue reading

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