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September 20th, 2012
09:14 PM ET

Mixed messages on Libyan consulate attack

New details are emerging tonight about the Libyan consulate attack. A Libyan official tells CNN the attacks were pre-planned, while the Obama administration continues to say there is no evidence of a premeditated attack. Erin Burnett reports.

Clinton: No sign that Stevens believed he was on an al Qaeda hit list

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Thursday she has "absolutely no information or reason to believe there is any basis" to suggest that U.S. ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens believed he was on an al Qaeda hit list.

The remark came after a source familiar with his thinking told CNN that in the months leading up to his death, Stevens worried about constant security threats in Benghazi and mentioned that his name was on an al Qaeda hit list.

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