The chief of the U.S. State Department’s security service, one of his deputies and an official from the agency’s Middle East bureau have resigned, Associated Press reported. The resignations follow the release Tuesday of a report by the Accountability Review Board that found “systematic failures” at the State Department contributed to security lapses in the Sept. 11 attacks in Libya that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens (in photo) and three other Americans.
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