British Ambassador to Libya Dominic Asquith in serious incident
epa03260038 (FILE) A file photograph dated 07 June 2007, shows former British Ambassador to Iraq Dominic Asquith speaking during a press conference at the British Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq. According to media reports on 11 June 2012, the British ambassador to Libya was involved in a 'serious incident' when an embassy convoy came under attack in the eastern port of Benghazi, injuring two protection officers, Asquith and all other staff were unhurt. Details of the attack were sketchy but unconfirmed reports said the vehicle carrying security personnel had been hit by a rocket-propelled grenade. Ambassador Asquith, took up his post in May 2011 in Libya. EPA/KHALID MOHAMMED / POOL
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