Explosion near the Libyan Parliament in session

Libyan security officials say an explosion detonated near the Parliament in the capital, Tripoli, as legislators were in session.
The officials, who are loyal to the Islamist-backed government based in Tripoli say no casualties were reported.
Officials say that the parliament session continued undeterred, with legislators to discuss names.
potential government of national unity. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to journalists.
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the explosion.
Libya is shared between the Tripoli government and an internationally recognized government in the east.
The UN is trying to negotiate an agreement to unify the two governments. UN envoy to Libya, Bernardino Leon, said Tuesday that the UN hopes to announce a proposal for a national unity government on Wednesday.

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