Two bombs exploded in Libya's capital Tripoli ahead of prayers to mark Eid al-Fitr (AP)
Two car bombs have exploded in Libya's capital, killing two people, an official has said.
He said the first car bomb went off in a main street early in the morning, killing two and wounding four people.
Thirty minutes later, a cab parked in a narrow alley by the interior ministry exploded, wounding several people. The official says a third car bomb was discovered, also near the ministry, but was defused.
Tripoli's security authorities went on high alert after the bombings. The city is to hold Muslim prayers later at the main Tripoli square for the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the month of Ramadan.