Black smoke billows in the sky above areas where clashes are taking place in Benghazi December 11, 2014. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
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Libya's recognized government conducted air strikes against rival government forces trying to seize major oil ports in the east and targets in the west on Monday, but the rival government held control of the main crossing to Tunisia, witnesses said.A force loyal to Thinni flew air strikes against the troops located some 40 km away from Es Sider oil port, its air force commander Saqer al-Joroushi said. The Tripoli-based government said its troops were controlling all roads leading to the country's biggest oil port.Some 800 km (500 miles) to the west, an air strike targeted Zuwara, a western town near the border to Tunisia, witnesses said.
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