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A rebel group controlling Libyan ports starts independently exporting oil, bypassing the central government
As government closes schools in response to targeted bombings on students, analysts say violence likely to increase
The world's largest holder of oil reserves heavily subsidizes the price of oil to ease financial burdens on the poor
Corruption charges taint environmentalists' case; indigenous people say they have 'not been heard'
Some residents call the tar sands industry a threat to public safety, say stricter regulations are needed
Now that the Kingdom's special relationship with the US has soured, to whom will it turn for support?
Move is seen as attempt to punish critic of the corruption running through Nigeria's government
Strikes down law that allows oil pipeline to proceed through state; throws wrench in TransCanada's plans
Denton, which sits atop natural gas field, has hundreds of active wells that some residents say are too close to home
The company's offer of free pizza to residents near a fracking fire causes mixed reactions
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said that the Crimea region of Ukraine might already be lost to Russian control