Grenade hits Benghazi Red Cross
A rocket-propelled-grenade struck the local offices of the International Committee of the Red Cross in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi overnight, the organisation's spokeswoman said on Tuesday.
"The premises of our delegation were hit by an RPG rocket but there were no casualties," the ICRC spokeswoman in Libya, Soaad Messudi, told AFP.
She said the organisation was in contact with Libyan authorities for details on the incident.
Messudi said the ICRC has been present in Libya since an uprising against Muammar Gaddafi erupted in February 2011 and has since carried out humanitarian operations without taking sides in the North African country.