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Libyan Capital Rocked by Gunfire, Explosions

At least two people were killed when heavy fighting erupted near the Libyan capital of Tripoli on Wednesday, two days after gunmen stormed parliament in some of the city's worst violence since the 2011 war. Residents reported several loud explosions near the al-Yarmouk barracks in the Salaheddin district. Gunfire and explosions later appeared to die down. Heavy fighting involving anti-aircraft batteries also broke out near an army camp in Tajoura, an eastern suburb. “We're...

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