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Requests for security ignored at embassy hit by attack

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The embassy in Libya where a U.S. ambassador was killed by terrorists Sept. 11 was left underprotected by the State Department's "cookie-cutter approach" to embassy security, a former top senior security officer told lawmakers on Wednesday. The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform spent the afternoon grilling three State Department officials and an Army lieutenant colonel...