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The ruined remains of vehicles after three bombs exploded near several government and police buildings in Tripoli.
At least two people were killed in the lethal attack, the first of its kind since Muammar Gaddafi's fall last year.
The bodies were taken to this hospital, where family members of the victims blamed the government for failing to protect citizens.
(SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) WESAM ABU ALSOUDE , COUSIN OF A VICTIM, SAYING:
"I blame the whole country -- all of those who hold seats of power and are not doing anything. I blame them."
No one has claimed responsibility for the bombings, which took place as worshippers prepared for morning Eid prayers.
Gaddafi's ouster has left a power vacuum filled by militia bands and armed groups struggling to secure the state amid sporadic shootings and violence.
The bombings will also test the new government that has promised to make national security a top priority.