Libyan Guards Killed in Suspected IS Attack

Libyan Guards Killed in Suspected IS Attack

Two guards were killed in an attempted attack on an oilfield in eastern Libya by suspected Islamic State militants on Saturday, a guards’ spokesman said. Ali al-Hassi said guards had repelled the attack on Bayda field, about 250 km south of the major oil terminals of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf, Reuters reported. A security official from the nearby town of Maradah said the militants were in a convoy of about 10 vehicles.


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