This image Tuesday, June 14, 2016 made from Associated Press video shows, Armed Misrata fighters loyal to the unity government on the main street of Sirte. (AP Video via AP)
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Libya's U.N.-backed unity government condemned an attack by a newly-formed militia group on eastern military forces close to key oil facilities, as clashes resumed Sunday for a second day.Fighting erupted south of the coastal town of Ajdabiya Saturday between military units loyal to Libya's eastern government and a group calling itself the Benghazi Defense Forces. The Benghazi Defense Forces is largely composed of fighters pushed back earlier this year by brigades loyal to the eastern government commander Khalifa Haftar. The eastern parliament has held back from endorsing the new government, accusing it of legitimizing militias in western Libya whilst undermining the eastern military.
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