Deadly clashes in Tripoli, Libya, erupted over the weekend between armed groups loyal to rival political leaders. The oil-rich nation has been racked with violence since 2011. Photo: Hazem Ahmed/Reuters Clashes in Libya’s capital killed more than two dozen people over the weekend, the deadliest fighting the war-torn country has experienced in more than two years as rival political factions vie for control of the oil-rich nation. According to Tripoli’s health ministry, 32 people were killed and 159 were injured. Firing by armed groups damaged several government and residential buildings. The clashes, which abated by Sunday morning, were between armed groups loyal to Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah in the western capital of Tripoli and militias backing a rival administration in the east trying to take the capital. Libya has been racked with violence since a 2011 uprising ousted longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi. Armed groups and foreign powers vied […]