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    Libyan Parliament Dumps PM Over Oil Disputei
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    March 12, 2014 4:06 AM
    Libya's parliament has voted to remove the country's prime minister after a tanker loaded with crude oil from a rebel-held port escaped the navy and made it to international waters. VOA's Amanda Scott reports.

    Libyan Parliament Dumps PM Over Oil Dispute

    Published March 12, 2014

    Libya's parliament has voted to remove the country's prime minister after a tanker loaded with crude oil from a rebel-held port escaped the navy and made it to international waters. VOA's Amanda Scott reports.


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