Hillary Clinton answering question on why US went into Libya under her tenure: 'At the end of the day this was the president's decision and all of us fed in our views. I did not favor it until I did the due diligence' - @guardian
The Libyan Crisis refers to the ongoing conflict in Libya, beginning with the Arab Spring protests, which led to the First Libyan Civil War, foreign military intervention and the ousting and death of Muammar Gaddafi. The civil war's aftermath led to violence and instability across the country, which erupted into renewed civil war in 2014. The ongoing crisis in Libya has so far resulted in tens of thousands of casualties since the onset of violence in early 2011.