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Libya hotel attack: Five foreigners among nine killed
January 28th, 2015
 
 
A vehicle belonging to the security forces is pictured near Corinthia hotel (rear) in Tripoli (27 January 2015)The security forces say that the operation against gunmen who attacked the hotel is now over
 
Militants have attacked a hotel in the Libyan capital Tripoli, killing at least nine people including five foreigners, officials say.
 
Several gunmen stormed the Corinthia Hotel and opened fire in the reception area. A car bomb also exploded nearby.
 
Unconfirmed reports say some of the assailants have blown themselves up. The officials say the dead include one US and one French citizen.
 
The security forces say the stand-off has now been brought to an end.
 
The US State Department has confirmed the death of a US citizen, without giving any further details. The dead American is believed to have been a security contractor.
 
The death of the French and American citizens have been confirmed by their respective governments.
 
There are conflicting reports as to the total number of attackers.