A spokesman of a Libyan militia says two suicide bombings by the Islamic State group have killed 32 of the militia's fighters.
Mohammed Shamia of the Misrata militia, which is loyal to Libya's new U.N.-brokered unity government, told The Associated Press that the attack happened on Wednesday night.
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