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Libya’s oil company says largest oil field shut down again

Credit: Seattle Times- Published on June 9, 2020
CAIRO (AP) — A unit affiliated with Libya’s east-based forces that have been trying to capture Tripoli but are now on the retreat, ordered the country’s largest oil field to halt work just hours after it restarted operations, the national oil company said Tuesday. The development comes after militias allied with the...
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Published on June 9, 2020 -  00:57
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