By Ayman Amzein.
Benghazi, 14 June, 2013:
A bomb exploded outside the Libya Hurra (Free Libya) internet TV station in Benghazi early this . . .[restrict]morning. No one was injured in the attack which occurred around 1 am in the city’s Hadayeq district, but there was some damage to buildings and at least one car parked in the street.
Reports indicate that the device was home-made, possibly a gelatina.
The reason for the attack is as yet unknown. Nor it is clear whether there is any link to the deadly protests against the Libya Shield forces on Saturday which left 31 dead.
The station was founded by Mohamed Nabbous at the start of the revolution but he was shot dead by A Qaddafi sniper a month later.
It is now closely linked to the Muslim Brotherhood which is strongly opposed to the federalists. [/restrict]