ISIS says it was behind blast in southern town in Libya

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Islamic State said on Monday it was behind a blast in a small town in southern Libya on Saturday, the militant group’s first attack in the country for at least a year.

The blast targeted a security point at the entrance to Taraghin, 780 km (590 miles) south of Tripoli, but did not cause any casualties, a resident said.

The last attack in Libya that Islamic State said it was responsible for took place in May last year on a pipeline in the south.

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