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Homeland Security to lift ban on US aviation, nuke training for Libyans

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Department of Homeland Security officials may lift a prohibition designed to prevent Libyan terrorism in order to help the government of that country build up its military capabilities, using the same reasoning that a whistleblower said resulted in lax security at the U.S. mission in Benghazi. The new policy would reverse a 1983 ban on giving aviation training and nuclear science education to...

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