On Thursday, Libyan Prime Minister Abdulhamid al-Dbeibah, narrowly escaped an assassination attempt when gunmen fired shots into his car. ayokinews.com reports
He fled unscathed, according to a source close to him, despite violent factional fighting over control of the administration.
The incident occurred while Dbeibah was coming home, according to the source, and was described as an obvious assassination attempt, but the assailants escaped and the situation was sent for inquiry.
An attempt to murder Dbeibah, if proven, might exacerbate the conflict over Libyan authority after he declared he would reject a vote to replace him set by the eastern-based parliament.
In recent weeks, armed forces have deployed additional soldiers and weaponry in the capital, stoking worries that the political crisis would lead to war.
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