Islamic State militants announced Monday they’re behind two attacks at the Moroccan embassy and South Korea’s mission in the Libyan capital Tripoli. Militants loyal to ISIS claimed responsibility on Twitter for a bomb that exploded at the gate of the Moroccan embassy, which caused some damage but didn’t hurt anyone, according to a security official. The attack came just hours after gunmen opened fire on the South Korean embassy, killing two security guards, according to South Korean and Libyan officials. It was not possible to verify the authenticity of the claims, but the group also claimed attacks in Egypt’s Sinai Province that left 14 people dead, including 11 security personnel.
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