Benghazi, Libya - At least two people were killed when a car bomb exploded in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi on Saturday, according to local security sources.
One of those killed was a local employee of the UN mission in Libya, an official in Benghazi's Criminal Research Department told dpa.
Seven other people were injured in the bombing that took place near a shopping centre, added Walid al-Orfi.
Benghazi was the birthplace of a 2011 revolt that toppled Libya's long-time dictator Moamer Gaddafi.
As a result of the ensuing civil war, the city descended into chaos and was at times controlled by an alliance of Islamist militants.