– so we're going back for seconds!

Get ready for a remake of the Libya disaster movie: "The United States and its allies are increasing reconnaissance flights and intelligence collecting there and preparing for possible airstrikes and commando raids," reports the New York Times.

Having destroyed the country and created a terrorist nest, Uncle Sam is going back to the scene of the crime – to repeat it.

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