22 Jan '12, 1am

Libyan protesters throw grenades, storm NTC offices to demand more transparency

Libyan protesters throw grenades, storm NTC offices to demand more transparency

Libyans damage the car of National Transitional Council (NTC) Chairman Mustafa Abdel Jalil, to express their dissatisfaction towards the policy of the Council in governing the country, in Benghazi Jan 21, 2012. -- PHOTO: REUTERS BENGHAZI, Libya (AFP) - Angry protesters threw home-made grenades and stormed Libya's ruling National Transitional Council offices in the city of Benghazi, setting its front ablaze on Saturday, witnesses said. The attack, the first such violent act against the NTC - the body which is ruling Libya since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi's regime - came in the eastern city which was also the first to rise up against the dictator last year. The attack occurred as up to 2,000 protesters, including injured former rebels who helped topple Gaddafi's 42-year-old regime, demonstrated outside the NTC offices, witnesses and an AFP correspondent at the scene reporte...

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