This picture taken on August 16, 2014 shows Filipino workers arriving at Ninoy Aquino International Airpor in Manila after they flew home from Libya at the government's expense. AFP PHOTO / Jay DIRECTO
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The U.N. condemned a new round of fighting between militias around Tripoli International Airport, saying the clashes were undermining Libya's political process.There were no immediate reports of casualties.Grad missiles and artillery were used in two days of battle which subsided Sunday after an unconfirmed claim by the Misrata fighters that they had seized the bridge and an army barracks.The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) condemned the clashes and urged both parties to observe a cease-fire.
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