Witnesses said a bomb exploded outside the Spanish embassy in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Monday. There were no immediate reports of injuries as many employees had left the embassy over recent clashes in the city, according to Spain's El Mundo newspaper. No groups have claimed the attack and Tripoli officials have yet to comment. Militants loyal to Islamic State have taken responsibility for a recent string of attacks on foreigners and embassies in Libya, where rival governments continue to fight for control of the North African country.
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