ISIS members claim responsibility for Tripoli police bombing

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TRIPOLI - Militants claiming loyalty to Islamic State said they were responsible for a bomb attack on a police station in the Libyan capital on Thursday, a statement posted on Twitter said.

The militants published pictures of the blast at the police station, close to the Foreign Ministry in central Tripoli.

A blast damaged the police station and cars outside, witnesses said.

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