A damaged vehicle part is pictured at the scene of an explosion at the Police Training Center in the town of Zliten, Libya, January 7, 2016. REUTERS/Stringer
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A suicide bomber killed six people, including a child, Thursday at a checkpoint in a Libyan oil region that has been shaken by a recent extremist assault, the Red Crescent said."A driver in a Toyota Land Cruiser blew himself up at a checkpoint at the entrance to the town of Ras Lanouf," said Hodeiri.He said three guards and a 16-month-old baby were killed, and that two other guards had been wounded.The suicide bombing comes after ISIS launched an offensive on Monday against Libya's key oil terminals in Ras Lanouf and nearby Es Sidra.
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