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Libya: Militiamen bomb two more Benghazi police stations

13th May 2013

Two more police stations were attacked in Libya’s eastern city of Benghazi in the early hours of Sunday morning, the local council said, after two others were bombed on Friday.

The attacks are the latest signs of insecurity in Libya’s second city, birthplace of the NATO-backed uprising that toppled slain leader Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.

Nearly two years after his fall, rebel groups that helped to overthrow him are still refusing to disband and remain a more visible presence on the streets than the state security forces.

The recent violence against diplomats, military and police includes an attack in September that killed the US ambassador and three other Americans.

This week, diplomats began to withdraw from the capital Tripoli, where security took a turn for the worse in late April when armed groups seized two ministries for about a fortnight to press demands on parliament.

But the militiamen who besieging the foreign and justice ministries in Tripoli have now withdrawn and handed control of the compounds back to the authorities, Justice Minister Salah al-Marghani said on Saturday.

“Those who were at the two ministries have handed over the two ministries to a committee formed by the government and the General National Congress and have now departed,” Marghani told AFP.

Prime Minister Ali Zeidan had announced on Wednesday there would be a cabinet reshuffle “in the coming days,” against the backdrop of the country’s latest political crisis, sparked by former rebels besieging the two ministries.

“There will no doubt be a ministerial reshuffle in the coming days,” he told reporters.

(Reuters, AFP)

http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/militiamen-bomb-two-more-benghazi-police-stations

 

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