A leading Libyan activist and vocal critic of the country's Islamists has been shot dead in a drive-by shooting in the city of Benghazi.
Security official Mohammed al-Hegazi said gunmen in a grey sedan stopped AbdulSalam al-Musmari on his way home after Friday prayers and shot him at close range.
Mr Al-Hegazi said an investigation into the motives behind the attack and who committed the killing is under way.
Mr Al-Musmari was a leading lawyer who headed a group credited with launching the 2011 protests against the country's long-time dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
He was also a vocal critic of the country's Muslim Brotherhood group, which wields significant political and financial clout in post-Gaddafi politics.