Unidentified gunmen on Friday attacked the Sudanese embassy to Libya, according to one diplomatic source. So far, no one is killed or hurt, Xinhua reported.
The armed militants attacked the embassy with a rocket propelled grenade, damaging the main gate of the building here in capital Tripoli, according to the source who declined to disclose identity.
It is not immediately clear who was behind the attack.
The North African country has witnessed a wave of kidnappings and attacks on diplomatic targets in the recent three months, while Libyan gunmen are still holding two Tunisian diplomats captured earlier this year.
Libya's interim government has not established an effective control in the country, and the chaotic situation has made foreign officials "easy targets" for the outlaws.