The Foreign Office advises Britons to leave the Libyan city of Benghazi immediately because of a "specific and imminent terrorist threat".
Hillary Clinton faces tough questions over Benghazi today. But with a new poll showing she is more popular with the public than ever, will she use this momentum for a 2016 presidential bid?
Doctors expect US secretary of state Hillary Clinton to make a full recovery from a blood clot in a vein between her brain and skull with her release from hospital planned after further treatment.
Massachusetts senator John Kerry is almost certain to be nominated as America's next secretary of state: a post he has wanted for years. Is he the right man for the job?
At least four people are killed in the Libyan city of Benghazi as military police and protesters take over militia bases.
There's fear, there's loathing, and there's electoral politics. Top Republicans say President Obama's foreign policy triggered the attacks on US diplomatic staff - calling it "disgraceful".
How will Libya respond to hardline Islamic militancy? Last month the government failed to intervene when Sufi shrines were attacked. Now the US ambassador has been murdered.
Libyans vote in the first free national elections in 60 years. While some are joyful, others storm police stations and burn ballot boxes.
MI6 had struck up such a budding relationship with Libyan Intelligence in the preceding years that when they wanted to kill our people earlier this year, we seem to have known about it. Which illustra