By Mariam Sami, Saleh Sarrar and Maher Chmaytelli, Bloomberg |
August 20, 2013
Libya prepared to open some oil ports closed by labor unrest, as the government vied with guards for control of export facilities. The country’s navy said it would seize any tankers attempting illicit shipments.
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