Gaddafi loyalists have been arrested over three Eid al-Fitr bombings on Sunday in Tripoli, in which at least two people were killed.
Thirty-two Gaddafi loyalists have been arrested in connection with the blasts, the BBC reported. Libya said the 32 were members of a network loyal to former leader Muammer Gaddafi.
According to Al Arabiya Libyan security forces had been on alert, having received threats of attack during Ramadan. Two people were killed in the bombings, and three wounded. The Guardian reported the arrests were made after security officials were tipped off by "closed-circuit street cameras and intelligence."
The bombings and arrests took place against the background of Libyan negotiations with Tunisia and Egypt to return thousands of former Gaddafi regime members, to face trial. The trial of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi is expected to commence in a few weeks.