Ambulances and firefighters gather at the headquarters of the national oil company after an attack by gunmen in Tripoli, Libya, Monday, Sept. 10, 2018. Officials say security forces of Libya’s U.N.-backed government stormed the building in the capital Tripoli after gunmen had earlier gone in, taking hostages and starting a fire. They say at least one explosion rocked the building soon after the gunmen stormed it, starting the blaze that swiftly spread through the lower floors.
Ambulances and firefighters gather at the headquarters of the national oil company after an attack by gunmen in Tripoli, Libya, Monday, Sept. 10, 2018. Officials say security forces of Libya’s U.N.-backed government stormed the building in the capital Tripoli after gunmen had earlier gone in, taking hostages and starting a fire. They say at least one explosion rocked the building soon after the gunmen stormed it, starting the blaze that swiftly spread through the lower floors. Mohamed Ben Khalifa AP Photo
Ambulances and firefighters gather at the headquarters of the national oil company after an attack by gunmen in Tripoli, Libya, Monday, Sept. 10, 2018. Officials say security forces of Libya’s U.N.-backed government stormed the building in the capital Tripoli after gunmen had earlier gone in, taking hostages and starting a fire. They say at least one explosion rocked the building soon after the gunmen stormed it, starting the blaze that swiftly spread through the lower floors. Mohamed Ben Khalifa AP Photo

Libya oil company offices attacked, causing fire, casualties

September 10, 2018 09:49 AM