The State Department has issued a new travel warning for Libya, saying U.S. citizens should leave the north African country immediately because of the “unpredictable and unstable” security situation and threats of attacks against Americans.
Read original article – Published May 27, 2014 7:48 PM ET
State Department Issues Warning For Americans To Leave Libya
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