Car bomb attack kills 2, wounds 7 near Benghazi Criminal Investigation Center
At least two people were killed and seven wounded as a car bomb attack targeted a security chief in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on Saturday night near Benghazi Criminal Investigation Center, media and medical sources said Sunday.
A car – repeatedly for the chief of the forensic police unit, Hamada Al-Ramli, exploded at around 2:00 am in a Benghazi neighbourhood called Pepsi, as it had an explosive device beneath it, however; Hamada al-Ramli, escaped unhurt.
“The two dead were police officers, while civilians were among the wounded.” The sources added.
“We have received seven wounded in the explosion, some in serious condition,” Khalil Goueder, a spokesman for the Benghazi Medical Center, told AFP.
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