Libya explosion wounds six children
Car bombs and other attacks have become a near-daily experience throughout Libya since the oust of Gaddafi in 2011 (File Archive/AFP)
Explosions in Libya's Benghazi hit a primary school Wednesday, leaving six children wounded, according to Agence France Presse.
AFP sources said that the blast was caused "by an explosive device [that was] thrown over the exterior wall of the school." Children were playing outside when the device detonated.
Since the overthrow of former Libyan dictator Moammar Gaddafi, near-daily attacks have rocked Benghazi and other areas throughout Libya.