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Libyan militias' new strategy: Occupy Oil FieldArmed groups are exploiting the state's weakness and showing their own power in several ways, including shutting down oil production at various sites.Libya: Violent Response to Tripoli Prison MutinyThe government needs to establish what happened on August 26 and explain how so many prisoners had gunshot wounds and other serious injuries. Anyone found to have used unlawful violence against prisoners should be held to account under Libya’s criminal law.Joe Stork, acting Middle East and North Africa directorBeyond Syria: five Middle East stories you may have missedave you been missing something in the Middle East? As the newspapers are full of Syria at the moment, we are hearing little else from the world's most turbulent region. For once, that's probably how it should be.ANALYSIS: Isolated Obama turns to Congress for supportPresident Obama, who unilaterally authorized a full air campaign in Libya in 2011, is taking a different approach this time with Syria - mindful both of the political price he paid for that earlier effort and of the far more thorny questions involved in attacking the Assad regime.America Totally DiscreditedA foolish President Obama and moronic Secretary of State Kerry have handed the United States government its worst diplomatic defeat in history and destroyed the credibility of the Office of the President, the Department of State, and the entire executive branch.David Davis: We were right not to repeat the mistake we made in IraqAN Arabic country gripped by civil war. A totalitarian ruler who would stop at nothing – even the massacre of his own people – to hold onto power. Parliament summoned to vote on whether or not Britain should send troops to help the rebels’ cause.The Qatar problemOn the face of it, Qatar has been one of the United States's most valuable allies in the Middle East over the last decade. Qatar hosts a large U.S. Air Force base in the Persian Gulf and has often provided political and financial support for U.S.Libyan armed group shuts down oil pipelineA Libyan armed group has shut down an oil pipeline in the country's southwest, disrupting output at three oil fields, Deputy Petroleum Minister Omar el-Shakmak told Efe.Mistakes of Libya and Iraq cannot be repeatedRUMOURS of war on Syria are gathering pace. The US and the UK are ready to move on Syria within days, we are told. This implies the decision to wage war on Syria has already been taken.Libya Says Trial of Gadhafi's Son to Begin in SeptemberLibya's top prosecutor says the trial of slain Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's son, who is charged with murder linked to the country's 2011 civil war, will open in mid-September.Libya in a week: August 16 to August 23, 2013This report reviews the most important political events, security and social taking place in Libya over the whole week, the report focuses in particular on the situation of human rights in Libya specially after the proliferation of militias and armed gangs, and the government's inability to deal with it or face it, in addition to what the Libyan citizens are facing from various violations of fundamental rights, especially women and children.Four dead in Libya violence: PMClashes between members of a western Libyan tribal group and people in the town of Zawiya have left four dead, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said on Saturday.Libya: cold waters in hot sandsNow we are in the Sahara, in Libya's North African deserts. With its warm people, pristine places, unusual markets, Mediterranean shores, endless deserts and huge, ancient cities, Libya is a very special country.Brighton charity wins stay of execution for Libyan refugeeA Brighton charity has won a stay of execution for a refugee who fears that his life is at risk if he is sent back to Libya.White House Unserious About Getting Benghazi SuspectsBenghazi-Gate: The president is pulling out the U.S. team in Libya charged with tracking down the terrorists responsible for killing four Americans. Why not? Benghazi is just a "phony scandal."Libya Is Getting Better and Better for Teenage Arms DealersThe gun sellers on Tripoli's Al Rashid Street are doing a brisk trade. They’re chatting and laughing and all look like they’re about 17 years old. Younger boys are playing near the stallsSyria crisis: Could chemical weapons claims prompt Libya-style intervention?A Syrian man who lives in Beirut, lights a candle and holds a placard during a vigil against the alleged chemical weapons attack on the suburbs of Damascus,U.S. Diplomats, Relieved After Libyan Attack, Are ReinstatedWASHINGTON — Four midlevel State Department officials who were placed on administrative leave after the deadly attack last year on the United States mission in Benghazi, Libya,Libyans fear standoff between Muslim Brotherhood and opposition forcesTripoli is braced for armed confrontation and threat of a coup as rebels mobilise across the country and blockade key oil portsChevron Sells Forties Crude; Libya’s NOC Issues Force MajeureChevron Corp. (CVX) sold North Sea Forties crude at less than half the last traded differential in the window, after offering the cargo for a fourth time. Total SA and Eni SpA bought Russian Urals blend at lower prices.Ghost of Benghazi attack haunts US response to Egypt violence2012 attack on US Consulate in Libya cited as reason for closing 20 American embassies this month, heavily influencing Obama’s deliberations on Egypt unrestFear of Second Benghazi Paralyzes Obama in EgyptThe deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, last September was cited as a reason for closing some 20 American embassies and consulates this month in the face of an al-Qaida threat

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