France seeks answers after Libya embassy attack
French Minister of Foreign Affairs Laurent Fabius (C) visits the site of a car bomb that severely damaged the French embassy wounded two people, in the capital Tripoli on April 23, 2013. AFP PhotoIn the wake of Tuesday’s attack on the French embassy in the Libyan capital Tripoli, it remains unclear who carried out the bombing and why. While it is still too early to draw any conclusions, analysts have listed Libyan militias as well as local and foreign Islamists among the possible suspects.
French President François Hollande has vowed to work with Libyan authorities to do everything within their power to find those responsible and bring them to justice.
“France expects the Libyan authorities to ensure that all possible light is shed on this unacceptable act,” Hollande said on Tuesday.
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