Men look at the wreckage of a car which was set on fire by protesters in front of the General National Congress (GNC), a day after protesters stormed into the building in Tripoli March 3, 2014. (REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny)
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Gunmen launched an attack on Libya's official television station on Tuesday, firing shoulder-propelled grenades at the troops guarding it before they were driven off by reinforcements, officials said.The officials said the attackers were likely the followers of militia leader Jumaa al-Shahm, who had controlled the Libya TV station building in the capital Tripoli for months before being ousted by government forces last week. On Tuesday, a well-known air force colonel was found shot dead hours after he went missing in the country's east, another security official said.
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