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Possible terrorist targeted a festival recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Deputy SecState: "In those ungoverned areas" like Libya where terror groups operate, "they make money by engaging in activities like that."
Visiting prime minister says Tripoli wants to work with the U.S. to "eliminate all these places where terrorists hide."
String of strikes against Al-Shabaab not a "ramp-up," general says, but due to process of vetting and ensuring "we're scrupulously correct" on law "and our own values."
President says he didn't order Niger: "I've been seeing it just like you've been seeing it."
"Did the intelligence that was available to them change?" chairman asks. "Did they decide to do something different than the original patrol?
In D.C., Parly warns of "a gift to Iran’s hardliners," but "we should also be extremely serious about the destabilizing ballistic and regional activities.”
Official ISIS outlets haven't yet recognized jihadists in country where instability is endemic and bank helps finance Hezbollah.
President accuses Obama of not calling soldiers' families; former Obama staffers fire back.
Terrorists who ambushed patrol "probably self-radicalized," but "there is also some minimal flow of people across the divide" from "core" caliphate.
Soldiers were participating in "a pretty broad mission" of counterterrorism training.