LIBYA

A militia affiliated to the internationally recognized Libyan government based in the eastern coastal town of Baida, has raised the stakes in the contest between the country’s rival administrations over oil income by shutting down one of the oil export terminals under its control. The move, against the Zueitina terminal in the northeast, has further hit Libya’s fragile crude exports, reducing output by up to 70,000 b/d, to around 350,000 b/d.

Libya pumped an average...