News24.com | Gunmen attack western Libya oil site, production unchanged

News24.com | Gunmen attack western Libya oil site, production unchanged

[News24 - Africa] - 22/11/2018
Libya's oil company says eight gunmen attacked a substation of its southwestern Sharara oilfield but no employees were hurt and production was unaffected.
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