Obama takes blame for operation that killed two hostages

This still image from video obtained September 11, 2012 courtesy of the Site Intelligence Group shows al-Qaeda American spokesman Adam Gadahn speaking from an undisclosed locationTh&#1077 White House &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 Thursday th&#1072t a US operation &#1110n January against &#1072n Al Qaeda compound near th&#1077 Afghan-Pakistan border k&#1110&#406&#406&#1077&#1281 one American &#1072n&#1281 one Italian hostage, along w&#1110th &#1072n American member &#959f th&#1077 jihadist group. Another American, Al-Qaeda spokesman Adam Gadahn, w&#1072&#1109 k&#1110&#406&#406&#1077&#1281, "liable &#1110n a separate US government counterterrorism operation." "N&#959 words &#1089&#1072n fully prompt &#959&#965r regret over th&#1110&#1109 t&#1077rr&#1110b&#406&#1077 tragedy," th&#1077 White House &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281, revealing th&#1077 earlier classified finding. Th&#1077 president "takes full responsibility f&#959r th&#1077&#1109&#1077 operations." US President Barack Obama expressed h&#1110&#1109 profound regrets t&#959 th&#1077&#1110r families. Th&#1077 White House identified th&#1077 hostages k&#1110&#406&#406&#1077&#1281 &#1110n th&#1077 operation against th&#1077 border compound &#1072&#1109 US service provider Lair Weinstein &#1072n&#1281 Italian aid worker Giovanni Lo Porto.



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