Topic: Libya
COVER STORY
How big a threat are the world's jihadi groups?
Sophisticated and lethal, growing in number, Islamic State and other extremist groups won't become a global force. Here's why.
Benghazi chair: Hillary Clinton wiped server clean of personal e-mails
Hillary Clinton turned over all work-related e-mails to the Republican chairman of a House committee investigating the deadly 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya. This week John Kerry ordered an internal audit of State Department record keeping. 
GLOBAL NEWS BLOG
Is ISIS invading Tatooine?
Reschedule your trip to see the set of Luke Skywalker's home planet. The US and UK governments have warned citizens against traveling to the western border of Tunisia as the Islamic State encroaches on the region.
THE MONITOR'S VIEW
Remodeling the Muslim response to terror attacks
As the Islamic State and other groups step up attacks in the Mideast and North Africa, the responses of each country matter even more – and reveal sharp differences. Which response will best lead to peace?
Trained in Libya, two young men returned to Tunisia for attack
The gunmen responsible for Wednesday's attack on Tunisia's National Bardo Museum radicalized and then slipped across the border with Libya where they sought training in weapons and battle skills.
TERRORISM & SECURITY
In museum attack, Tunisia sees Libya's instability cross the border
Islamic State, which has a growing presence in Libya, claimed responsibility for the deadly museum attack. Tunisia said two gunmen received military training in Libya.
Death toll rises to 22, including foreign tourists and two gunman, in Tunisia attack
Authorities say assailants opened fire on the National Bordo Museum on Wednesday, killing tourists and a cleaning woman and wounding several others.
ENERGY VOICES
US and global oil prices are diverging again. Here's what that means.
A domestic oil glut helped bring US crude prices inline with the global benchmark. But in the last month or so, the spread between the two has widened again.
Israeli candidates make final pitches on campaign's last day
In recent days it has been on a get-out-the-vote blitz, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stepping up his nationalist rhetoric.
Israel elections: Why we might see a Netanyahu-Herzog coalition government
Polls show Benjamin Netanyahu nationalist Likud Party running slightly behind Isaac Herzog's moderate Labor Party aka the Zionist Union.
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