2 killed as bomb explodes at army camp in Libya's Benghazi

2 killed as bomb explodes at army camp in Libya's Benghazi

PanARMENIAN.Net - A bomb exploded at an army camp in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi on Tuesday, April 29, killing at least two people and wounding two others, security and medical sources said, according to Reuters.

A source inside the camp belonging to the army's special forces said a car, possibly driven by a suicide attacker, exploded at the gate.

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