File - A Libyan oil worker, works at a refinery inside the Brega oil complex, in Brega east of Libya, on Saturday Feb. 26, 2011. (AP PHOTO/HUSSEIN MALLA)
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Rival factions have agreed in principle to have one oil organization for strife-torn Libya, the foreign minister in the new U.N-backed, national unity government said Tuesday.Libya, an OPEC member, will resume oil shipments from the port of Marsa al-Hariga after a deal reached at talks in Vienna between rival oil officials representing the east and west of the country, Libyan oil sources said Monday.Monday, the United States, Italy and Libya's friends and neighbors agreed to arm its unity government to confront the threat from Daesh as the fledgling Cabinet seeks to assert its authority.
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