A suspect in the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi is in custody in Tunisia.
Fox News reported that Tunisian Ali Ani al-Harzi was identified by video taken from the consulate's surveillance cameras.
Authorities in Turkey detained al-Harzi at an airport in the days following the attack. He was carrying fake travel documents.
Fox News said U.S. intelligence used facial recognition technology to identify al-Harzi from images taken at the consulate that night.
However, the United States is not able to interrogate the suspect because he is now in Tunisian custody.
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