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Libya to resume oil exports from eastern terminals


BENGHAZI, Libya — Libya will resume oil exports after the U.N.-backed government reached a deal with a powerful militia that controls key terminals in the east. The National Oil Corporation, which is controlled by the U.N.-backed government in Tripoli, said Wednesday it has assumed control of the oil ports and will resume exports within hours. The self-styled Libyan National Army, which is allied with a rival government in the east, seized the ports from another militia earlier this year. That prompted the NOC, with international support, to issue a "force majeure" to halt exports. The LNA said it agreed to return the ports in return for a commitment by the Tripoli-based government to investigate allegations that oil and gas revenues had been used to fund terrorist organizations. The Associated Press

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