Damage to a house is seen following clashes between rival militias in the Wershavana district of Tripoli, Libya August 10, 2014. (REUTERS/Hani Amara)
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A majority of Libyan MPs voted Wednesday to call for foreign intervention to protect civilians amid chaos in the North African country as rival militias engage in fierce clashes, a deputy said.The parliament, elected on June 25, has been meeting in Tobruk between Benghazi and the border with Egypt, because of the violence plaguing both of Libya's main cities.Benghazi in the east, Libya's second city, has also seen battles between Islamists and the forces of a renegade general.
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