Car bomb blows up in downtown Benghazi, at least six wounded
A car bomb went off in Jamal Abdulnaser street nearby an area called the military shops in downtown Benghazi on Wednesday night, local media reported.
The Libyan News Agency (LANA), which is based in Al-Bayda, reported that the blast was due to an explosive device in a car near the shops in Jamal Abdulnaser street.
This new blast is the second in two weeks.
An explosion took place last week in Al-Majouri area nearby a mosque and killed and wounded a number of people, including the former Interior Minister, Ashour Shuwaiel, who got seriously wounded.
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