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CIA deputy: Rice got initial assessment on Libya

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Five days after the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice described what precipitated the deadly incident based on initial intelligence that later proved incorrect, the deputy CIA director told Congress on Thursday. In a closed-door session with the House Intelligence committee, Mike Morell said Rice was provided with an unclassified version of...