Port in Libya's Benghazi reopens after three-year closure due to clashes

BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) – Benghazi’s commercial port officially reopened on Sunday after a three-year closure due to fighting between rival factions in the east Libyan city.

To mark the opening Abdullah al-Thinni, prime minister of a government based in the east, arrived on board a tanker sent from the eastern city of Tobruk.

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