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Libyan Rebels Occupying Oil Ports Refuse to Deal with New PM

Libyan rebels occupying major oil ports in the east of the OPEC producer said on Wednesday they would not deal with new Prime Minister Ahmed Maiteeq, branding him "illegitimate.'' Maiteeq's predecessor Abdullah al-Thinni had reached an agreement with the rebels to reopen four eastern oil ports, but so far only the smaller ones Hariga and Zueitina have been handed over to government forces. Both sides had agreed to hold further talks over reopening the larger Ras Lanuf...

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