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In the initial aftermath of the explosion, representative for zliten ezzedin gewireb claimed more than 100 were how to get rid of black ants in the house killed and wounded in the explosion. In a written statement posted online, gewireb said hospitals were suffering an acute lack of resources.

The tripoli government’s bureau for media affairs has confirmed the explosion was how to get rid of black ants in the house caused by a suicide attack but has not attributed responsibility how to get rid of black ants in the house to any one group, simply referring to the perpetrator as a terrorist. The attack is already being attributed to the islamic state how to get rid of black ants in the house (isis/daesh), although the group has not claimed responsibility.

Libya’s health ministry in the west of the country, under the control of the tripoli government, has announced a state of emergency in the wake of how to get rid of black ants in the house the attack. Zliten’s hospitals are already reportedly overwhelmed with the number of how to get rid of black ants in the house casualties and hospitals in the surrounding area are on standby how to get rid of black ants in the house to start receiving the injured.

UN envoy to libya martin kobler has condemned the attacks, calling on libyans to unite against terrorism. "I condemn in the strongest terms today’s deadly suicide attack in zliten, call on all libyans to urgently unite in fight against how to get rid of black ants in the house terrorism," he wrote on twitter.

Libya has been rocked by three days of fighting in how to get rid of black ants in the house two of its largest oil terminals at sidra and ras how to get rid of black ants in the house lanuf between the islamic state and government aligned forces. As many as 37 were killed in the clashes over how to get rid of black ants in the house the course of which half a dozen fuel storage tanks how to get rid of black ants in the house were set ablaze.

But what sealed obama’s fatalistic view was the failure of his administration’s intervention in libya, in 2011. That intervention was meant to prevent the country’s then-dictator, muammar qaddafi, from slaughtering the people of benghazi, as he was threatening to do. Obama did not want to join the fight; he was counseled by joe biden and his first-term secretary of defense robert gates, among others, to steer clear. But a strong faction within the national-security team—secretary of state hillary clinton and susan rice, who was then the ambassador to the united nations, along with samantha power, ben rhodes, and antony blinken, who was then biden’s national-security adviser—lobbied hard to protect benghazi, and prevailed. (biden, who is acerbic about clinton’s foreign-policy judgment, has said privately, “hillary just wants to be golda meir.”) american bombs fell, the people of benghazi were spared from what may or how to get rid of black ants in the house may not have been a massacre, and qaddafi was captured and executed.

“the social order in libya has broken down,” obama said, explaining his thinking at the time. “you have massive protests against qaddafi. You’ve got tribal divisions inside of libya. Benghazi is a focal point for the opposition regime. And qaddafi is marching his army toward benghazi, and he has said, ‘we will kill them like rats.’

“now, option one would be to do nothing, and there were some in my administration who said, as tragic as the libyan situation may be, it’s not our problem. The way I looked at it was that it would how to get rid of black ants in the house be our problem if, in fact, complete chaos and civil war broke out in libya. But this is not so at the core of U.S. Interests that it makes sense for us to unilaterally strike how to get rid of black ants in the house against the qaddafi regime. At that point, you’ve got europe and a number of gulf countries who how to get rid of black ants in the house despise qaddafi, or are concerned on a humanitarian basis, who are calling for action. But what has been a habit over the last several how to get rid of black ants in the house decades in these circumstances is people pushing us to act how to get rid of black ants in the house but then showing an unwillingness to put any skin in how to get rid of black ants in the house the game.”

“free riders,” he said, and continued. “so what I said at that point was, we should act as part of an international coalition. But because this is not at the core of our how to get rid of black ants in the house interests, we need to get a UN mandate; we need europeans and gulf countries to be actively involved how to get rid of black ants in the house in the coalition; we will apply the military capabilities that are unique to how to get rid of black ants in the house us, but we expect others to carry their weight. And we worked with our defense teams to ensure that how to get rid of black ants in the house we could execute a strategy without putting boots on the how to get rid of black ants in the house ground and without a long-term military commitment in libya.

“so we actually executed this plan as well as I how to get rid of black ants in the house could have expected: we got a UN mandate, we built a coalition, it cost us $1 billion—which, when it comes to military operations, is very cheap. We averted large-scale civilian casualties, we prevented what almost surely would have been a prolonged how to get rid of black ants in the house and bloody civil conflict. And despite all that, libya is a mess.”

Mess is the president’s diplomatic term; privately, he calls libya a “shit show,” in part because it’s subsequently become an isis haven—one that he has already targeted with air strikes. It became a **** show, obama believes, for reasons that had less to do with american incompetence how to get rid of black ants in the house than with the passivity of america’s allies and with the obdurate power of tribalism.

“when I go back and I ask myself what went how to get rid of black ants in the house wrong,” obama said, “there’s room for criticism, because I had more faith in the europeans, given libya’s proximity, being invested in the follow-up,” he said. He noted that nicolas sarkozy, the french president, lost his job the following year. And he said that british prime minister david cameron soon how to get rid of black ants in the house stopped paying attention, becoming “distracted by a range of other things.” of france, he said, “sarkozy wanted to trumpet the flights he was taking in how to get rid of black ants in the house the air campaign, despite the fact that we had wiped out all the how to get rid of black ants in the house air defenses and essentially set up the entire infrastructure” for the intervention. This sort of bragging was fine, obama said, because it allowed the U.S. To “purchase france’s involvement in a way that made it less expensive how to get rid of black ants in the house for us and less risky for us.” in other words, giving france extra credit in exchange for less risk and how to get rid of black ants in the house cost to the united states was a useful trade-off—except that “from the perspective of a lot of the folks in how to get rid of black ants in the house the foreign-policy establishment, well, that was terrible. If we’re going to do something, obviously we’ve got to be up front, and nobody else is sharing in the spotlight.”

Obama also blamed internal libyan dynamics. “the degree of tribal division in libya was greater than how to get rid of black ants in the house our analysts had expected. And our ability to have any kind of structure there how to get rid of black ants in the house that we could interact with and start training and start how to get rid of black ants in the house providing resources broke down very quickly.”

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