LIBYA TRAFFICKER'S MILITIA IN DEADLY CLASH WITH SECURITY FORCES

A Libyan militia led by a former people trafficker clashed Sunday with security forces at a checkpoint in the western city of Sabratha, leaving one dead, a security official said.

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