Luc MICHEL pour ELAC Website /
With PCN-SPO – Belga / 2013 06 27 /
Three car bombs exploded Wednesday in Sebha in southern Libya, killing at least one person, according to local officials.
"Three car bombs exploded in three different places and at half-hour intervals," said Ayoub al-Zarruq, member of the local city council, citing at least one death.
The news agency of the puppet government in Tripoli, Lana, reported on its side of two dead and 17 wounded.
A security official told the TV channel Libya al-Ahrar "the first car exploded near a police station, the second in a shopping district and the third in front of a hotel." He confirmed that "the three vehicles were car bombs."
Sebha, in the heart of the Sahara, is a historic stronghold of Muammar Gaddafi, where, still a student, he created the first cells of the revolutionary organization, which had, after having infiltrated the army of the puppet King Idris, finally completed the "Fateh revolution of 1 September "1969. Sebha has remained one of the strongholds of Gaddafists and the JAMAHIRIYAN GREEN RESISTANCE is there like a fish in water