A security guard and at least five children were injured when a bomb toppled a garden wall outside the Egyptian consulate in Benghazi today, witnesses said.
The guard required hospital treatment, while the children were cut by flying glass, they said.
A building opposite the consulate and a number of vehicles were also damaged in the explosion.
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