A hole is seen in the ground after a rocket hit a medical center on Friday, killing three people, medics said, in eastern Benghazi, Libya May 1, 2015. Picture taken May 1, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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Libya's internationally recognized government carried out air strikes Tuesday against ISIS militants in the eastern city of Derna, a senior commander said.The North African country is in the throes of a power truggle with two governments allied to dozens of armed groups fighting each other four years after the uprising that ousted veteran strongman leader Moammar Gadhafi. Saqer al-Joroushi, air force commander of the official Libyan government based in the east since losing control of Tripoli in August, said his warplanes had hit ISIS positions in Derna on Monday and Tuesday.The government said it had been transporting arms.
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