World Bulletin / News Desk
Chairman of Libya's National Assembly Congress, Mohammed Al-Mugaryef has said that the probe into the attack on U.S. Consulate in Benghazi that left the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans dead, was under way.
Speaking to Anadolu Agency correspondent on Monday, Mohammed Al-Mugayref stated that several people had been detained over the deadly attack.
"The inquiry in terms of the deadly attack on U.S. consulate building has been continuing and a number of people have been detained," said Al-Mugaryef.
Mugaryef also said that there were several organizations who demanded to take revenge from USA, entered Libya during and after the revolution.
Al-Mugaryef stated that the level of security in the country was insufficient, adding that Libya had been experiencing very critical and crucial term.
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