Libyans protesters stormed the headquarters of a Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated political party and another Islamist-allied party. Amid the chaos, 1,000 detainees escaped from a Benghazi jail. Saturday's clashes in Libya came after the assassination of Abdul-Salam Al-Musmari, an outspoken opponent of the Muslim Brotherhood, whose political wing is currently the second biggest party in Libya's General National Congress. "We don't want the Brotherhood, we want the army and the police," some protesters chanted, echoing a slogan used in Egypt.