Libyans continued to protest worsening living conditions Friday in Benghazi, the base of warlord Khalifa Haftar.
Demonstrators took the streets for a second day once again to protest power cuts, corruption, the high cost of living, unpaid wages and water cuts.
Local media and witnesses said demonstrators burned tires and blocked roads.
Haftar's pictures were burned during demonstrations in Benghazi, which is the second largest city after Tripoli and the center of Haftar's forces.
Protesters chanted, "We only want our honor even if we live or die", and "Open the oil plants."
Libya, the country with the largest oil reserves in Africa, has experienced power c