IS suicide bombings kill three soldiers in Libya

Three Libyan soldiers were killed and a fourth soldier was injured in two suicide bombings carried out by the Islamic State jihadist group in southern Libya, a spokesman for the United Nations backed government’s interior ministry, Ahmed Baraka, said.

The casualties occurred when a suicide bomber detonated his explosives belt on Tuesday near the police station in Ghadwa, near the city of Sabha, Baraka said on Wednesday.

A second suicide bomber blew himself up inside the police station after he was arrested, according to Baraka.

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