TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Clashes have erupted in Tripoli between two militias aligned with Libya's security forces.
During the fighting, a rocket-propelled grenade partially burned a military headquarters building. Three people were wounded.
The fighting underscores the volatility of Libya's security situation as a new leadership struggles to rein in armed groups, disarm former rebels and enforce the rule of law.
The two militias that clashed overnight Sunday control neighborhoods just a few streets apart.
The head of Libya's Supreme Security Committee, Mohammed Suweysi, says one of the militias attacked the other, accusing its members of detaining a man from their neighborhood and beating him to death.
He says the military has secured the area and made arrests.
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