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Libya Exports First Oil Cargo from Ras Lanuf Port Since 2014

BENGHAZI, Libya Sept 21 – An oil tanker left the Libyan port of Ras Lanuf for Italy early on Wednesday with the first crude export cargo from the terminal since at least late 2014, the port manager said. The port manager said a second tanker was preparing to load at Ras Lanuf, one of four

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Libya: The Readiness Is All

Libya may be failing. But much can be done to save the revolution BY Imad Mesdoua Libya has become a failed state. Since the collapse of Muammar Gaddafi’s regime in 2011, the country has gradually fallen into a state of lawlessness and insecurity. With virtually no central government to speak of, as it stands, warring

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Fires Put Out at Major Libyan Oil Terminal

BENGHAZI, Libya, Jan 24 – Firefighters have put out fires started by an attack by Daesh militants at the major Libyan oil terminal of Ras Lanuf, a spokesman for guards at the terminal said on Sunday. At least five of the terminal’s 13 tanks were damaged as a result of Thursday’s attack, firefighters have said.

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