Libyan Convicted of Terrorism in Benghazi Attacks but Acquitted of Murder

Ahmed Abu Khattala was the first person charged and prosecuted in the attacks in Benghazi, Libya, which left four Americans dead, including an ambassador.

Informant Earned $7 Million for Role in Benghazi Prosecution

American officials paid the informant after he helped build a case against Ahmed Abu Khattala, a suspect in the 2012 Benghazi attacks, and orchestrate his capture.

At Benghazi Trial, C.I.A. Officers in Wigs and Mustaches Recount Bloody Attack

Wearing disguises in the courtroom, the C.I.A. officers described how their rescue team tried desperately to find the American ambassador and later came under mortar attack.

At Benghazi Trial, Attack Survivors Recount a Night of Horror

At the second day of the trial of a Libyan man accused of helping orchestrate the 2012 attacks, witnesses described trying to survive and escape.

At Benghazi Trial, Harrowing Testimony and Clashing Views of a Defendant

A survivor of the 2012 Benghazi, Libya, attacks described the assault on a villa that left two Americans dead as lawyers clashed over the defendant’s role, if any.

At Trial, a Focus on the Facts, Not the Politics, of Benghazi

A suspect in the attacks, Ahmed Abu Khattala, will go on trial on Monday in the latest test of the civilian court system’s ability to handle high-profile terrorism cases.