Libya’s police station in Jufra attacked by ISIS, 4 killed and 8 kidnapped

The new appearance of IS militants comes as there have been many attacks in the area around Sirte and Bani Walid as well as Jufra. [photo: internet]
A total of four people, including the son of a local official, were killed on Monday in the attack on police station in central Libya committed by ISIS terrorists, local authorities said.

“Currently, four people from the al-Fuqaha area have died as a result of the attack. Among them is the son of the chairman of the local council in the Jufra district,” the Municipal Council of Al-Jufra district wrote on Facebook.

The representative of the council told reporters that ISIS terrorists also kidnapped a large number of young men (at least 8) as well as the employees of the police station that was attacked.

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