A British Embassy convoy came under fire during an attempted carjacking in Libya according to Michael Aron, the UK's ambassador to the country.
.@mwattinleebi There was an attempted carjacking of a British Embassy convoy this morning. Shots were fired at our vehicles but all safe.
Embassy staff escaped unscathed from the attack which occurred this morning.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) recently updated its travel advice to state: "British nationals in Libya should leave now by commercial means."
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