Attack in Sebha kills 2: report
Tripoli, August 25:
Two African nationals were reported killed and several others injured on Thursday, 23 August, when unknown assailants threw an explosive device at a house in Sebha.
The house, in the town’s Abdul Kafi neighbourhood, was reportedly being used by migrant workers.
Local security officials have not yet discovered the reason for the attack. Nor, so far, have they been able to capture and arrest the perpetrators.
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