World Bulletin / News Desk
Officer Bubakr Abdel-Rahim, 23, sustained gun shots in the stomach after his patrol came under fire from gunmen while passing in the Ras Obeida district, army personnel Farag Wanis said.
He said that the wounded officer has been admitted to a government hospital in Benghazi while the attackers had fled the scene.
Libyan officials could not be reached for comment.
Wednesday's attack came days after unknown assailants briefly abducted deputy intelligence chief Mustafa Noah as he emerged from Tripoli International Airport.
The transitional government and its security forces, meanwhile, have struggled to contain the armed militias that helped overthrow Gaddafi but which held onto their weapons after the 2011 uprising.
The planned cable car will make a stop in East Jerusalem's Silwan neighborhood
EU affairs minister says capture of Jarabulus from ISIL preserves global security
Kerry arrived in Saudi Arabia Wednesday for talks on the Yemeni conflict
Syria's Foreign Ministry has said the Turkish tanks crossed the border is a "violation of our sovereignty"
Binali Yildirim says Syrian opposition forces are now in Jarabulus and taking control of villages around town
Turkish tanks surge ahead in Operation Euphrates Shield
In echoes of the Vietnam war a joint UN, OPCW report determines use of mustard gas, chlorine in Syria
The information-loaded bracelets will help authorities keep track of pilgrims' movements.
Turkish president says operation around Jarabulus triggered by terror threat to southern Turkey
Kayed has entered his 70th day on hunger strike to protest his ongoing placement in "administrative detention" in Israel
Turkish Air Forces hit 11 of 12 targets with precise accuracy as part of anti-ISIL operations in Syria
Operation aimed at clearing Turkish borders of terror groups, supporting territorial integrity of Syria with residents in nearby Karakamis evacuated on Tuesday