12 Dignity Operation fighters killed in a bomb car in Benghazi
The spokesman of Brigade 302, Muhammad Al-Azomi, said 12 from Dignity Operation forces, led by Khalifa Haftar, were killed Wednesday in a car bomb in Benghazi.
Al-Azomi said the car bomb targeted the headquarters of Brigade 102 in the western Kafour neighbourhood in Al-Guwarsha, Benghazi.
He added that the Commander of Brigade 102, Idriss Al-Berasi, and the Commander of Sulooq Martyrs Brigade, Hamad Salim Al-Farsi, while the Commander of the western frontline in Benghazi, Ali Al-Qatani, was injured in the car blast.
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