Militia groups from the Libyan city of Misrata have been ordered to leave the capital, Tripoli, within three days following deadly clashes there.
Tripoli is now observing a three-day strike in protest at Misrata gunmen who opened fire on demonstrators trying to evict them from their headquarters.
Libya's deputy intelligence chief was abducted on Sunday but has since been freed, military sources told the BBC.
Two years after its revolution, Libya still lacks a stable government.
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