EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini speaks during a joint press conference with Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj (unseen) in Tunis on January 8, 2016. AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID
The Libyan tragedy
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The EU pressed Libyan politicians to back a unity government Thursday, as ISIS claimed suicide bombings that killed dozens and sparked fears of a extremist expansion on Europe's doorstep.- 'ISIS taking advantage' --The international community has been pleading for months with Libya's rival parliaments to embrace the U.N.-brokered deal.The ISIS offensive against the oil terminals in Ras Lanouf and nearby Al-Sidra in Libya's so-called "oil crescent" came as ISIS has tried for weeks to push east from its stronghold in Sirte.Officials have warned the already crumbling state could be paralysed if ISIS, which is reported to have at least 3,000 fighters in Libya, seize control of oil resources. In a report to the U.N. Security Council in November, International Criminal Court chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said ISIS was responsible for at least 27 car and suicide bombings in Libya in 2015 .
The Libyan tragedy
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