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Vatican Laments U.S. Deaths in Libya

The U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, is seen in flames during a 11 Sept. protest by an armed group said to oppose a film produced in the United States. An assault on the consulate left four people dead including U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens. (Photo: CNS/Esam Al-Fetori, Reuters) 

“One has to respect the sensitivity of the Muslim population. The Arab countries are already in the throes of momentous upheaval; pouring gasoline on religious outrage is really dangerous,” he said in a Sept. 12 interview.

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