Another 24 people were wounded, a pro-government military source said without giving a breakdown
Libya’s beleaguered authorities appealed in February to the U..N Security Council to lift an arms embargo
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Forces with Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni’s official government hold two key oil ports
Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were killed in the September 11, 2012 attack on the consulate
Five people were killed and 11 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up a car laden with explosives in front of an army camp in Benghazi
Haftar, 72, was sworn in on March 9 as the new army chief in conflict-ridden Libya
Nearly four years after the fall of Muammar Qaddafi, Libya is caught up in a conflict between two rival governments
A video posted on social media websites appeared to show Bukhamada at the camp's gate
The U.N. is hoping to get both sides agree on a national unity government
Military officials told a Reuters reporter at the scene the car had apparently targeted an army base but exploded early
The foreign ministry in Rome said it had activated “all the search channels possible”
The Security Council also supported the resumption of another round of talks in Geneva next week to end Libya’s political crisis
Haftar has joined forces with the elected internationally recognized government
Troops led by former general Khalifa Haftar have been fighting to oust Islamist groups in the eastern coastal city since October
Air strikes are against rival government forces trying to seize major oil ports in the east and against targets in the west
Fajr Libya said the Islamist coalition had launched a military operation to "liberate oil fields and terminals"
‘Our troops are moving towards Tripoli to liberate it,’ Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni told Al Arabiya News Channel
Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ali Karti accused ‘foreign countries’ of inciting violence in Libya
The strongman, who is allied to the Libyan parliament, has been battling Islamist militias who took control of the war-torn country’s biggest cities this summer
The report did not conclude that Rice or any other government official acted in bad faith or intentionally misled the American people
The United Nations says Libya's warring parties in Benghazi have agreed to a 12-hour humanitarian truce.
All of Libya's three big cities are largely under the control of Islamist-led militias
An interior ministry official said a suicide attack hit Tobruk, base of a contested parliament elected in June
The joint statement urged Libya’s rival parties to “cease all military operations"
The country’s nascent army has scored a success, although probably only temporary
At least 32 people have been killed in the fighting since Monday
The situation in Benghazi and other parts of Libya has been fluid with government forces unable to control militias
This “War of Will” is galvanizing the key actors in Libya’s current milieu
An armed forces general staff spokesman said the entire east of Benghazi was now back under the control of government troops
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