Death of Libyan minister linked to Sarkozy election funding 'highly suspicious'

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“Not one Libyan I have spoken to believes he flung himself into the Danube, or suddenly clutched his heart in pain and slipped silently into the river.” This comment is contained in an email written on June 7th, 2012, by Christopher Stevens, who had just been appointed United States ambassador to Libya, concerning the mysterious “drowning” of Shukri Ghanem in Vienna a month before.