Bitcoin exchange MtGox to start liquidation process

Obama calls Libya, Egypt leaders

Obama calls Libya, Egypt leaders

kh close

 

Published : 2012-09-13 20:54
Updated : 2012-09-13 20:54

WASHINGTON (AP) ― The White House says President Barack Obama has called the presidents of Libya and Egypt and urged them to continue working with the U.S. to ensure the safety of diplomatic personnel.

Obama thanked Libyan President Mohamed Magariaf for his condolences over the deaths of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other State Department officers during an assault on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi on Tuesday.

The White House says the two leaders agreed to work together to bring the attackers to justice.

During a second call Tuesday, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi promised Egypt “would honor its obligation to ensure the safety of American personnel,” the White House said.

Obama told Morsi that while “he rejects efforts to denigrate Islam ... there is never any justification for violence against innocents.”

Photo News

BMW 전기차 i3 출시, 가격대가 에쿠스

기아차 '3세대 카니발' 실제 모습 공개

렉서스 신형 SUV 모습 드러내