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Sensitive documents remained only loosely secured in the wreckage of the U.S. mission in Benghazi three weeks after a terrorist attack there, The Washington Post reports.

Turkey strikes back for second day after Syrian shelling kills five civilians [The New York Times]

The U.N. Security Council will soon be asked to approve a Western-backed security force to combat the spreading terrorism threat in Mali, The Washington Post reports.

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