A large part of western Libya, including Tripoli, lost power earlier this week.
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Crippling power and water outages are heaping pressure on Libya's fragile United Nations-backed government in Tripoli, where the beleaguered prime minister held crisis meetings with officials after canceling plans to address the World Economic Forum in Davos.A large part of western Libya, including Tripoli, lost power on Jan. 16, two days after gunmen shut off the gas pipeline that feeds the region's Zawiya power station to protest the kidnapping of relatives by militias from a nearby town. Libya remains deeply fractured 10 months after Sarraj's administration arrived in the capital, vowing to unite the nation and end the years of conflict and economic ruin.
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