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January 4, 2011 4:54 PM

WikiLeaks: 'Voluptuous' nurse cable costs diplomat his job

In what appears to be the first diplomatic casualty from the latest WikiLeaks revelations, the U.S. ambassador to Libya has returned to Washington and is likely to leave his post, U.S. officials said Tuesday

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