The damaged facade of the Libyan government's head offices is pictured after it was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade in Tripoli June 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hani Amara
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Four U.N. staffers have been roughed up by the security detail at Tripoli airport after being briefly detained for alleged arms smuggling, the U.N. chief of mission in Libya said Thursday.The men were carrying arms licensed by the Interior Ministry and were returning from the eastern town of Al-Baida, where they had traveled to prepare a visit by Mitri.Separately, Mitri complained that a senior U.N. official had been briefly detained, and his papers confiscated, after he recently went to attend a court hearing.
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