Libyan protestors blamed Moamer Gaddifi's forces for an overnight car bombing in the rebel-held eastern city of Benghazi on Wednesday, as reports emerged that the International Criminal Court (ICC) would issue arrest warrants for Gaddafi and his son, DPA reported.
Hundreds of protesters chanting against Gaddafi and those loyal to him gathered at the site of the car bombing, which left two people injured on Tuesday night, according to Al Jazeera.
Meanwhile, the humanitarian crisis in the besieged western city Misurata continued to grow after NATO airstrikes targeted sites where Gaddafi's troops were located in the city on Tuesday.
An opposition spokesperson told regional network Al Arabiya that Gaddafi's forces remained in control of Misurata's port, resulting in shortages of food and medical supplies in the city.
In New York, Chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo was scheduled to present a report of the findings of the ICC's investigation into crimes against humanity in Libya to the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday.
The report called for arrest warrants against Libyan Leader Moamer Gaddafi and his son Saif al-Islam, according to broadcaster Al Arabiya, which obtained a copy of the report.
The ICC began its probe into Libya in March upon the request of the Security Council, weeks after fighting between opposition groups and forces loyal to Gaddafi erupted in the North African Country.
"We have a mandate to do justice and we will do it. There will be no impunity in Libya," Moreno-Ocampo said at the time.