Libyan Strife Claims the Lives of More Children

Eight people were killed, including seven children, when a rocket hit a residential building in the city of Benghazi in eastern Libya on Thursday, medics said, two days after a similar attack claimed by Islamic State militants.
A Reuters reporter saw several dead children in a hospital in the city, the oil-producing North African state's second largest, where army forces and Islamist factions have been fighting each other for a year.
The other person killed in Thursday's rocket strike was an adult whose gender was not immediately known, medics said, and 11 people were wounded.