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Islamist party office attacked as Libya violence persists

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Assailants attacked an Islamist party office in Tripoli on Monday and a soldier was killed in fighting in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi, officials said, in an escalation of violence following the assassination of a political activist last week.Full story

Libyan activist shot dead in Benghazi

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Gunmen killed a lawyer and prominent Libyan political activist in the eastern city of Benghazi on Friday, a security official and residents said. Full story

Rocket attack in Libyan capital near tower housing embassies

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - A rocket-propelled grenade struck a residential building near a tower housing several foreign embassies and a major hotel in the Libyan capital on Tuesday, witnesses and a security source said. Full story

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