In this April 11, 2011, file photograph, U.S. envoy Chris Stevens waits at a press conference in Benghazi, Libya. Stevens, was killed along with three of his staff members in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi late September 11, 2012,  by an armed mob angry over a short American-made video mocking Islam's founding prophet, White House and Libyan officials said Wednesday. (Cai Yang/Xinhua/Zuma Press/MCT)
In this April 11, 2011, file photograph, U.S. envoy Chris Stevens waits at a press conference in Benghazi, Libya. Stevens, was killed along with three of his staff members in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi late September 11, 2012, by an armed mob angry over a short American-made video mocking Islam's founding prophet, White House and Libyan officials said Wednesday. (Cai Yang/Xinhua/Zuma Press/MCT) MCT
In this April 11, 2011, file photograph, U.S. envoy Chris Stevens waits at a press conference in Benghazi, Libya. Stevens, was killed along with three of his staff members in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi late September 11, 2012, by an armed mob angry over a short American-made video mocking Islam's founding prophet, White House and Libyan officials said Wednesday. (Cai Yang/Xinhua/Zuma Press/MCT) MCT

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