Billboards reportedly put up in Tahrir Square by TV broadcaster linked to Palestinian politician Mohamed Dahlan.
Last week, government forces reported major gains against Daesh in Sirte.
In local polls Wednesday, ANC, in power since 1994, faces tough competition from main opposition DA.
Al Shabaab claimed tthe attacks. Suicide bombers detonate explosives outside facility close to vital airport in Mogadishu.
Blast in birthplace of Boko Haram insurgency sees setback for Nigerian security forces.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
GNA PM says strikes in Sirte would have limited duration, no foreign troops presence on the ground.
Earlier reports from police indicated that gunman was an arrested terror suspect who had grabbed a firearm.
Turkish officers will train over 10,000 Somali National Army soldiers to fight al-Shabaab terror group.
Abubakar Shekau issues threats after recent split in movement over ties to Daesh.
The reinforcements came amid protests in Tripoli and other Libyan cities against French military intervention in the country.
Ankara will continue to 'strongly' support Libya's territorial integrity, Foreign Ministry says.
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