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March 13, 2014 12:47 PM

Libya drifts after ousting prime minister over oil ship’s escape

The Libyan parliamentary decision to oust Prime Minister Ali Zeidan this week not only marks the demise of his government after 16 months but also renews questions among some Libyans about whether democracy is the best form of government for their nation.

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