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A renegade military chief with U.S. citizenship reignites Libya’s civil war

Fighters loyal to the U.N.-backed government in Tripoli, Libya, prepare for battle on April 8

CLASHES ON THE EDGE OF LIBYA’S CAPITAL Tripoli left dozens dead, after rebel warlord Khalifa Haftar ordered his troops on April 4 to take the city, located in the nation’s west, from the U.N.-backed government. The advance of the

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