The head of Libyan Anti-Corruption Organization Mohamed Abu Gaiqis was killed in a car bomb explosion in Benghazi on Saturday.

The car, laden with explosives, was blown up near a cafe in Al-Kish square where Abu Gaiqis was sitting, leaving 2 other people dead and 17 others wounded.

The identity of the attackers is still unknown.

Murder for political ends has increased in the war-torn city. On Friday, 10 bodies were found in a landfill site in Ziat Street. Two of the victims were identified as Farhat Migherhi and Hussien Sharief, both are political opponents to Dignity Operation.