Muslim Brotherhood centre in Marj attacked
Benghazi, 21 October:
A grenade was thrown on Sunday at the Muslim Brotherhood’s centre in Marj, resulting in damage to the building, according to Solidarity Press. The building next to it was also damaged.
Neither the motive nor the identity of the attacker, who managed to escape, are known. Officials at the centre are, for the moment, not making any accusations.
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