Libyans mass for another day of protests

Libyan protesters have returned to a court building in the flashpoint eastern city of Benghazi, demanding the overthrow of longtime ruler Moammar Gadhafi.

Witnesses tell The Associated Press hundreds of protesters gathered Sunday morning at the city's court building after a day of bloodshed, during which Libyan forces opened fire on mourners leaving a funeral for protesters. A medical official said at least 15 people were killed.

Before Saturday's violence, Human Rights Watch estimated at least 84 people had been killed in anti-Gadhafi unrest.

The U.S.-based Arbor Networks also reported another Internet service outage in Libya just before midnight Saturday night. The company says online traffic ceased in Libya about 2 a.m. Saturday, was restored at reduced levels several hours later, only to be cut off again.