A picture taken on May 28, 2015 in the eastern port city of Misrata shows the oil tanker Anwar Afriqya moored at the harbor for maintenance. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD TURKIA
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ISIS fighters clashed with security forces near Libya's Es Sidra oil export terminal on Monday killing two guards and setting an oil storage tank on fire, witnesses and a Petrol Facilities Guard source said.Es Sidra and nearby Ras Lanuf oil ports, between Sirte and Benghazi, have been shut for a year.Es Sidra is protected by Ibrahim al-Jathran's Petrol Facilities Guard, which has backed the government based in the city of Bayda in the east, but is also fighting other forces supporting that government.
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