Gunmen storm Libyan parliament during vote for new premier

Vote suspended, some people wounded in attack

(ANSA) - Rome, April 29 - Gunmen stormed Libya's parliament and started firing, wounding several people and forcing MPs to abandon a vote to elect a new prime minister, the BBC reported Tuesday.
    Interim Premier Abdullah al-Thani resigned earlier this month after surviving a militia attack on his family.
   

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