Four men have been arrested in Libya in connection with the murders of four Americans, including the U. S. Ambassador, Chris Stevens. FBI officials are in Libya, working with local government officials.
The attack occurred in two stages. The first part took place at our consulate in Benghazi, where Ambassador Stevens and another American died in an attack that occurred just as Libyan security was trying to get the staff, both American and Libyan, moved to a safe house.
Some staff members were taken to the safe house, but then there was another attack a few hours later, in which two more Americans died and both Libyans and Americans were wounded.
For more, see “Libya: 4 arrested over coordinated attack against U. S.,” CBS News