A member of the pro-government Libyan forces fires from the top of a building during a attack on districts held by Islamist militias on November 3, 2014 around the port of eastern Libya's restive city of Benghazi. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMED EL-SHEIKHI
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Libya's supreme court Thursday invalidated the internationally recognized parliament, setting the stage for deepening political chaos in the violence-wracked North African nation.The internationally supported government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani is sheltering in the remote eastern town of Tobruk near the Egyptian border and has almost no control over Libya's three main cities.Most lawmakers who are boycotting the internationally recognised parliament support Fajr Libya, an Islamist-led militia alliance that has formed a parallel government known for its Islamist sympathies.Libya's elected parliament is dominated by anti-Islamists.
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