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US gives $10m to fight African wildlife trafficking, but couldn't strengthen Benghazi defenses?

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State Department officials denied Ambassador Chris Stevens' request for better defenses of the U.S. compound at Benghazi in Libya, but have since somehow found $10 million to fund a new task force to help protect African wildlife. On July 1, President Obama signed an executive order to provide "training and technical assistance" to South Africa, sub-Saharan Africa and Kenya to help fight...

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