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Fighters from the Fajr Libya (Libya Dawn) militia hold a position during clashes with forces loyal to Libya’s internationally recognized government near the Wetia military air base, as they fight for control of the area some 170 kilometers west of the capital Tripoli on December 29, 2014. AFP/Mahmud Turkia
Published Monday, January 5, 2015
The new Sykes-Picot speaks only the language of interests and wealth. The time has come to divide the wealth of Libya, which has the largest oil reserves in Africa and produces the most precious, high-quality crude in the world. After four years that saw many battles between Operation Dignity and Operation Libya Dawn, no side has prevailed or dominated yet. But the world may not wait much longer; it is time to take advantage of this wealth, and indeed, mega oil corporations are preparing to set sail to Libya’s oil-rich shores. NATO is…

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