Libya Bans Car Traffic At Night In Benghazi To Stem Violence
Security officials said on Monday that Libya has banned overnight car traffic in the eastern city of Benghazi to try to stem rising violence and anarchy. The North African oil producer is struggling with growing turmoil, with the government and parliament in Tripoli unable to control the militias, tribes and Islamists who helped oust Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 but are now defying state authority. That is especially true for Benghazi, home to several oil companies, where security has deteriorated steadily since last year as militias roam around unchallenged, particularly at night. Car bombs have become common.
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