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Is It Back to Square One for the US in Libya?

President Barack Obama recently admitted that his biggest mistake in office was “probably failing to plan for the day after what I think was the right thing to do in intervening in Libya.” Tell us something we don’t know. 168 more words


Failure to plan for ‘day after’ in Libya was biggest error as U.S. President, Obama says

A failure to adequately plan for the aid and governing of Libya after the U.S.-led NATO attacks in 2011 “probably” was his biggest error in office, President Barack Obama said in an interview on “Fox News Sunday.” 537 more words


U.S. general: Number of Islamic State fighters in Libya doubles

Washington (CNN)U.S. intelligence estimates now put the number of ISIS fighters in Libya between 4,000 to 6,000, double the number in the war-ravaged country last year, according to the top U.S. 69 more words


UK press up in arms over Obama comments about Cameron

LONDON – The British press has accused President Barack Obama of launching an unprecedented verbal attack on British Prime Minister David Cameron in a magazine interview. 137 more words


Canada discusses what to do in Libya; U.S. general warns Libya is a failed state

There has been a lot of talk about a new coalition to intervene against Islamic extremists in Libya. Those extremists took over parts of the country in the wake of the 2011 removal by rebels of Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi. 430 more words

Defence Watch

No room in Ottawa mosque for call to arms by former imam

The president of an Ottawa Muslim association is distancing his mosque from a fiery speech by a former imam — now in Libya — calling people in that country to arms following the death of his son during fighting in Benghazi. 396 more words

Local News

ISIS Targets Jordan With Death and Destruction

The five countries where the U.S. has involved itself the most militarily — Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen, and Afghanistan — are failed states that account for 55 percent all deaths caused by radical Islamist terror in the world. 122 more words