At least six people — including several women and children — were killed Sunday in a bombing at a security checkpoint near the Libyan city of Misrata.
A report cites an unnamed Libyan military official as saying militias have captured a cache of Qaddafi-era chemical weapons, including mustard gas and the nerve agent Sarin.
As Islamists, democratically elected leaders, militias, and regional powers vie for control in Libya, one thing is certain: Ordinary Libyans will come out on the losing end.
Assassinations, a possible coup, government informants, leaders in league with violent Islamists — Benghazi is a pretty interesting place.
Libya's interim cabinet said on Tuesday that it would quit and go home, a claim quickly countered by the country's embattled parliament.