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At least 13 people were killed and more than 130 wounded in fighting between militiamen and armed residents of the Libyan capital Tripoli on Friday, the state news agency Lana said – the third outbreak of street fighting in 10 days.
Prime Minister Ali Zeidan demanded that all armed militias leave Tripoli, « without exception ».
But the clashes underscored the weak central government’s inability to contain the regional militias. Armed disorder has blocked most oil exports for months.
Friday’s bloodshed, the worst in Tripoli for months, began when militiamen from the city of Misrata fired into the air and then into hundreds of protesters demanding their eviction from the capital after they had fought other groups for control of certain neighborhoods.
A Reuters reporter…
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