France promised that those behind a devastating car bomb attack on its embassy in Libya -- which wounded a girl living nearby and two guards -- would pay.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius visits the site of a car bomb attack that severely damaged the French embassy in Libya and wounded a girl living nearby and two guards, in the capital Tripoli on April 23, 2013. Fabius promised that those behind the attack would pay.
"The terrorists who wanted to attack France and Libya and undermine the friendship between them will pay" for the attack, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius warned.
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