Former Qaddafi intelligence officer assassinated in Benghazi
Benghazi, 27 June:
A retired Qaddafi-era intelligence officer was assassinated in front of his house in Benghazi yesterday, less than one month after moving to the city.
Colonel Saleh Al-Warfali had previously been living in Ajdabiya, where he was in charge of an intelligence ministry department under the Qaddafi regime.
A source from the Supreme Security Committee (SSC) in Benghazi confirmed the name of the colonel and that the assassination took place but provided no further information.
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