Another Benghazi mosque bombing, two killed and 140 injured
Two explosive devices placed in Saad Ben Obada mosque in Benghazi’s Majouri area rocked the peacefulness of the city and killed 2 people and injured over 140.
The bombing was not claimed by anyone, while the US, UN, Turkey and other countries and organizations condemned the mosque bombing in Benghazi, urging Libyans to avoid violence that could lead the country to collapse.
According to sources and photos from Benghazi, the bombing left massive material damage in the mosque.
Two weeks ago about 35 people died in another twin bombing at a mosque in Benghazi, the second-largest city in the country.
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