Three electricity company workers killed by landmine in Benghazi
Three people working for Libya’s state electricity company were killed in a landmine explosion on Saturday in the eastern city of Benghazi, according to a Libyan spokesman.
The blast took place during maintenance works for electricity lines in Benghazi’s western district of Al-Qawarishah, Tariq al-Kharraz, a spokesman for East Libya-based Interior Ministry, told Anadolu Agency.
A fourth worker was injured in the explosion.
Last month, a Libyan minor was killed in a similar landmine explosion in the city.
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