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Libya Congress Declares South Closed Military Zone

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4 cops were shot dead in Libya’s stressed eastern city of Benghazi on Sunday when gunmen fired rocket-propelled grenades on a security compound there, according to the Interior Ministry. Police spokesman Ezzedine al-Fazani said that the attack was connected to the recent detention of a man presumably associateded with last month’s assassination of the head of one of the city’s security companies, National Security chief Col. Farag el-Dersi. The unknown attackers attacked the security compound, in an obvious attempt to burglarize a nearby detention center where the suspect in el-Dersi’s eliminating is being held. In Benghazi, where the revolt that unseated longtime ruler Moammar Gadhafi started last year, security has greatly deteriorated over the past year. An attack in September on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi eliminated U.S. ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three various other Americans. Security in the nation ‘s south is likewise of issue.


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Moammar Gadhafi

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Organization: State Department and Homeland Security

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Organization: parliament

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