7 dead, 30 wounded after HQ of former anti-Gaddafi rebels attacked: Hospital

BENGHAZI (AFP) - At least seven people died and 30 were wounded on Saturday when demonstrators attacked the headquarters in Benghazi of former rebels who had fought to oust Libyan dictator Mummar Gaddafi, a hospital official said.

"At least seven people are dead," said a doctor at Al-Jala hospital in the eastern city, which was the cradle of the anti-Gaddafi uprising in 2011.

"We also have received some 30 wounded," he added, saying the toll could could rise.