Turkey on Friday condemned the bomb attack at a mosque that claimed at least one life and injured dozens others in Libya's northeastern city of Benghazi. The devices, placed in bags at the mosque doors, appear to have been activated remotely using a mobile phone, a military source said.
The security source said one bomb had been hidden in a coffin in the courtyard of the mosque and another in a shoe cabinet at the entrance.
At least one person was killed and 62 wounded, according to a spokeswoman for the city's Al-Jala hospital, Fadia al-Barghathi.
It would be recalled that a few weeks ago, at least 33 people were killed in a double auto bombing in Benghazi.
Libya has been wracked by violence and divisions since dictator Muammar Gaddafi was toppled and killed in a 2011 NATO-backed uprising. The LNA was battling Islamists, including some linked to the Islamic State and al-Qaeda, as well as other opponents, until late a year ago in the Mediterranean port city.
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Fears over potential reprisals are heightened by the reported summary execution of around 10 jihadist prisoners by a commander loyal to Haftar following last month's bombings.
Haftar does not recognize the UN-backed government based in the western capital Tripoli.
Mr al-Werfalli is wanted by the ICC for allegedly carrying out a number of similar killings.
The UN are hoping elections could help stabilize the north African country in a effort bring the East and West together but the challenge is that the country has too many military and political factions and especially after the 2014 election which saw the rival government claim authority.