Libya sure is different from Egypt.
This is the best news I’ve seen from the Arab world in some time:
Hundreds of Libyan protesters have stormed the Benghazi headquarters of Islamist group Ansar al-Sharia in a backlash against last week's attack on the US consulate.
Witnesses say militiamen opened fire as the crowd overran the base, but it is not clear if there are casualties.
Buildings and a car were set alight and fighters evicted following a day of anti-militia protests in the city.
US Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others died in the 11 September attack.
Earlier, some 30,000 protesters had marched through the eastern Libyan city calling for an end to the armed groups that have sprung up in the country since last year's ousting of Col Gaddafi.
Several thousand supporters of Ansar al-Sharia lined up outside its headquarters, in front of the crowd, waving black and white banners, AP news agency reported.
They fired into the air to try to disperse the protesters, but fled with their weapons after the base was surrounded by waves of people shouting "no to militias", the report added.