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Hillary Clinton’s Decisive Role in the Libyan Intervention and Killing of Gaddafi

With the recent attacks on Cameron for his decisive role in the intervention, Clinton should not be spared from scrutiny over her role in Libya.

Hillary Clinton’s Decisive Role in the Libyan Intervention and Killing of Gaddafi
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