RAS LANOUF, Libya -- Libyan rebels seized back two key oil complexes and pushed west toward Tripoli on Sunday, gaining momentum after international airstrikes that tipped the balance away from Moammar Gadhafi's military.
The coastal complexes at Ras Lanouf and Brega were responsible for a large chunk of Libya's 1.5 million barrels of daily exports, which have all but stopped since the uprising that began Feb. 15 and was inspired by the toppling of governments in Tunisia and Egypt.
La misteriosa atracción de algunas prendas viejas - No es que abomine de la *ropa nueva*, no, no soy tan raro. Es sólo que al principio suelo sentirme incómodo con ella. Es una cosa de piel entre la...
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