Benghazi attack: Security was 'grossly inadequate'

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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has accepted all 29 recommendations in a report into a deadly attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

The report found that systemic failures at the state department led to insufficient security at the consulate.

But it found no individual official ignored their duties, and the review has not suggested disciplinary action.

The 11 September attack saw Ambassador Christopher Stevens, as well as three other Americans, killed.

Ben Wright reports.

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