Libya’s ports reopen after protests, gas complex attacked

May 20 (Reuters) – Libya’s oil terminals at Tobruk and Zueitina re-opened over the weekend after protests forced both ports to shut, Libya’s deputy oil minister Omar Shakmak said.

“There were no firefights and the militias left the area. Activities there are proceeding as normal,” an Eni spokesman said.

Protesters demand disbanding militias attacked in Libyan capital; UK, US on alert over turmoil

The Washington Post

By Associated Press, Published: May 10

TRIPOLI, Libya — Scores of Libyan militiamen descended on rally in the nation’s capital, Tripoli, kicking and beating protesters who had taken to the streets Friday as part of a call for mass demonstrations against the country’s unruly militias.