Twin Car Bombs Kill Dozens in Libya

At least 33 people were killed Tuesday and dozens wounded after twin car bombs went off in the Libyan city of Benghazi. One blast hit outside a mosque as worshippers were leaving evening prayers, while a second explosion apparently timed to strike first responders went off about 15 minutes later. Senior security officials and civilians were among the victims of the attack, which came as the city seeks to regain calm after years of war. No group has claimed responsibility for the bombings, but local Islamist militias have been known to engage in battles with local leaders.