Four mid-level State Department employees who were placed on leave after last year’s attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, will be reassigned and return to work, according to reports.

Secretary of State John Kerry determined that the employees should not face further disciplinary action, The Daily Beast’s Josh Rogin first reported.

Kerry “studied their careers and studied the facts,” a State official told The Daily Beast.

“In order to implement the ARB [Acountability Review Board] and to continue to turn the page and shift the paradigm inside the Department, the four employees who were put on administrative leave last December pending further review, will be reassigned inside the State Department,” the official added.

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