33 Killed in Benghazi’s Double Car Bombing

At least 33 people were killed on Tuesday night in a double car bombing in Libya’s eastern city of Benghazi, according to officials.

Tuesday’s first bomb went off outside Salmani neighbourhood’s Bait Radwan mosque, while the second explosion occurred minutes later close to the first blast site after security and health officials arrived.

Ahmed al-Fituri, chief of a special investigation unit attached to the general command of east Libyan security forces, was killed in the first explosion.

It was not immediately clear who was responsible for the bombing.

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