이 괴한들은 리비라 트리폴리 남동쪽 1500㎞ 떨어진 타제르보 급수시설을 습격해 2명을 살해하고 2명을 납치했다.
인공 하천 프로젝트' 본부사업본부측은 기술자와 경비원 1명이 각각 살해됐고, 경비원 2명이 괴한들에게 끌려갔다고 밝혔다. .
현재까지 공격 배후를 주장하는 조직은 나타나지 않았다.
다만 현지에서는 IS의 소행으로 보고 있다.
한편 중국 신화통신은 앞서 금요일 한국인 1명과 필리핀 인 3명등이 납치 사건됐다고 보도했다. (On Friday, unidentified gunmen kidnapped three Filipino engineers and a Korean technician from a location of the government project in western Liby)
Two people were killed and several others were kidnapped on Saturday in an armed attack by militants suspected of being Islamic State (IS) terrorists on a government water supply project site in southeastern Libya, a local official said.
"Militants today attacked a site of the project near the city of Tazirbu southeastern Libya," Tawfiq al-Shwehdi, head of the information office of the Libyan Water Supply Authority, told Xinhua.
"The militants killed an engineer and a security guard.
They also kidnapped two other employees and took them to an unknown location," al-Shwehdi said.
"The militants tampered with the site and stole all the vehicles and food supplies there," al-Shwehdi added, confirming that the militants are still unidentified.
However, another source said "everybody in the site believes that the militants are likely to belong to IS."
On Friday, unidentified gunmen kidnapped three Filipino engineers and a Korean technician from a location of the government project in western Libya.
In November 2017, an unidentified armed group kidnapped four foreign workers, three Turks and a German, working at the power station in Obari, 1,100 km south of capital Tripoli.
The workers were freed two weeks ago after tribal mediation with the kidnappers.
Following the 2011 uprising that toppled former leader Muammar Gaddafi's government, Libya has been suffering escalating violence and insecurity, as well as political division.
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