Libyan youths gather at the scene of a blast that rocked a primary school in Libya's restive second city Benghazi during playtime on February 5, 2014. (AFP PHOTO ABDELLAH DOMA)
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Fadia al-Barghathi, spokeswoman for Benghazi's Al-Jala hospital, had earlier Wednesday said six children suffering "light to moderate" injuries were admitted there.Another medic later revealed that six other children, two in serious condition, were taken to Benghazi medical centre.Wednesday's school blast came after a patrol of Libya's Al-Saiqa special forces unit was attacked by unknown gunmen during the night in the centre of Benghazi, causing no injuries.The latest attacks on Al-Saiqa come after three members of the special forces were killed in a new wave of violence that struck Benghazi last week.
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