ISIS militants claim attack on security building in Libya's capital

By REUTERS
March 15, 2015 22:29

 
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TRIPOLI - Militants loyal to Islamic State claimed an attack on a security headquarters in a suburb of the Libyan capital on Sunday, according to a statement on social media, days after a similar attack on a police station.

A bag of explosives went off in front of the Janzour security directorate, west of Tripoli, wounding five policemen, said Essam Nas, a local security spokesman.One of the wounded policemen is in a serious condition, he said.

Islamic State militants published on social media a picture of what they said was the explosion.

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