This March 29, 2012 photo shows an Arab tribesman and resident in Gardah in the southern Libyan town of Sabha firing a rocket launcher. (AFP PHOTO / STR)
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Libya's eastern-based parliament voted Tuesday to approve some U.N. proposals aimed at unifying the divided North African nation, although major obstacles remain for a deal to stabilize the oil producer.The U.N. launched a new round of talks in September to end years of turmoil in Libya following a 2011 NATO-backed uprising and unite the rival governments and parliaments in Tripoli and the east.On Tuesday, a majority of about 75 members of the House present approved U.N. proposals regarding the broader structure of a future government, said Fathi al-Marimi, an adviser to House speaker Agila Saleh.
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