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At least one police officer has been wounded after attackers lobbed a hand grenade at a patrol car in the east Libyan city of Benghazi in the latest in a series of assaults on security officials.
The city was the seat of the uprising that overthrew Muammar Gaddafi more than a year ago, but the government has struggled to control rival armed factions there ever since. The police car was near a crossroads close to the centre of Libya's second biggest city.
Italian officials, meanwhile, have announced they are temporarily withdrawing foreign staff from their consulate in the city as a precaution after unidentified gunmen opened fire on their ambassador there over the weekend.
The attack was a reminder of the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. mission there that killed the ambassador and three other Americans.