Libya National Army soldiers gathered to attend a funeral when the explosions happened [Ayman al-Warfalli/Reuters]

At least four people were killed and 33 wounded when two car bombs exploded at a funeral for a former special forces commander in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi.

Those killed in Thursday’s blast included two civilians and two soldiers, while soldiers, police, and civilians  were among the injured, Interior Ministry spokesman Tarek el-Kharraz told The Associated Press.

Several senior Libya National Army (LNA) figures, including current head of the special forces Wanis Bukhamada, attended the funeral service when the explosions happened, but none of the military leaders were killed or wounded, Kharraz said.

Al Jazeera’s Mahmoud Abdelwahed, reporting from the capital, Tripoli, quoted medical sources in Benghazi as saying the death

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