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Gunmen surround Libyan foreign, interior ministries to push demands

Adel Al-Ghiryani (C), spokesperson of the Supreme Council of Libyan Revolutionaries, speaks to the media in Tripoli April 28, 2013. Gunmen surrounded Libya's foreign ministry on Sunday calling for a law banning officials who had worked for deposed dictator Muammar Gaddafi from senior positions in the new administration. Tension between the government and armed militias have been rising in recent weeks since a campaign was launched to dislodge the groups from their strongholds in the capital. The

 

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