BENGHAZI- A spokesman for militias loyal to Libya’s UN-brokered government says ISIS suicide bombers have attacked their positions around the coastal city of Sirte, killing at least one person. Brig. Gen. Mohammed al-Ghasri says the Sunday attack involved three cars including an ambulance that “infiltrated our siege” and attacked supply lines and medical units. At least one paramedic was killed and a dozen people were wounded. Al-Ghasri says his forces remain steadfast and aim to take control of the city before the end of the holy month of Ramadan, which began June 6.