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Strife-torn Libya struggles to ramp up oil exports

Marsa al-Hariga oil terminal in eastern LibyaJihadist attacks and political struggles are thwarting attempts by Libya’s unity government to revive an oil industry seen as vital for the economy of the impoverished North African country. Five years since the fall of dictator Moamer Kadhafi, Libya’s rival governments and militias are in a bitter struggle for control of crude exports. The political turmoil, coupled with Islamic State (IS) group attacks on oil facilities, has brought shipments to a near-standstill.

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