Civilians and security personnel stand at the scene of an explosion at a police station in the Libyan capital Tripoli March 12, 2015. REUTERS/Hani Amara
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Libya's rival parliament has accused forces loyal to the country's official government of trying to arrange a crude sale outside the state oil firm NOC, a deputy speaker said on Thursday.Hassi's force is loyal to Libya's internationally recognised government and parliament based in eastern Libya.Makhzoum insisted a tanker had tried to lift crude at Es Sider, a port in the so-called oil crescent area home to the country's biggest export ports in eastern Libya.It did not elaborate but warned against buying Libyan oil bypassing Tripoli.
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