US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is to testify before a congressional committee on how the administration handled the attacks on the US diplomatic mission in Benghazi on September 11. US Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other American officials were killed in the deadly attack.
After resuming her work, the Secretary of State is expected to publicly testify before Congress about the findings of an investigation into the Libyan uprising.
The US Secretary was due to appear before Congress in mid-December but had to pull out due to a series of unexpected health conditions.
In November, the Senate intelligence committee held a hearing on security issues raised by the Libya attacks. During the hearing The House of Representatives Committee heard testimonies of CIA Director Mike Morell and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.
Former CIA Director David Petraeus, who resigned from office following revelations over his extra-marital affair with biographer Paula Broadwell, gave his testimony before the Senate committee on November 16.
Clinton was briefed on the Benghazi report on December 17.
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