Filipinos advised by their government to stay vigilant in Libya

Filipinos were at some time banned from traveling to Libya for work by their government over security issues. (Photo: Internet)

The Department of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines on Wednesday issued a security warning for Filipinos in Libya following a suicide attack at the Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday.

Filipinos were advised to remain vigilant and avoid unnecessary movement in the aftermath of the attack that left at least three persons dead and 21 others injured.

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