PHOTOS Power blackouts increase Libyan people's suffering

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Power blackouts increase Libyan people's suffering

Xinhua

09:23, June 26, 2020

A destroyed power distribution station is seen in Salah al-Din area, southern Tripoli, Libya, on June 23, 2020. Most Libyan cities, especially Tripoli, suffer from daily power blackouts that last up to 12 hours, especially during winter and summer. The power deficit is almost 2,500 megawatts per day, while the current production is no more than 5,000 megawatts per day. (Photo by Mohamed Arhoma/Xinhua)

Maintenance workers from Libyan Electricity Company repair a line in Salah al-Din area, southern Tripoli, Libya, on June 23, 2020. Most Libyan cities, especially Tripoli, suffer from daily power blackouts that last up to 12 hours, especially during winter and summer. The power deficit is almost 2,500 megawatts per day, while the current production is no more than 5,000 megawatts per day. (Photo by Mohamed Arhoma/Xinhua)

A maintenance worker from Libyan Electricity Company changes wires in Salah al-Din area, southern Tripoli, Libya, on June 23, 2020. Most Libyan cities, especially Tripoli, suffer from daily power blackouts that last up to 12 hours, especially during winter and summer. The power deficit is almost 2,500 megawatts per day, while the current production is no more than 5,000 megawatts per day. (Photo by Mohamed Arhoma/Xinhua)

Maintenance workers from Libyan Electricity Company repair a line in Salah al-Din area, southern Tripoli, Libya, on June 23, 2020. Most Libyan cities, especially Tripoli, suffer from daily power blackouts that last up to 12 hours, especially during winter and summer. The power deficit is almost 2,500 megawatts per day, while the current production is no more than 5,000 megawatts per day. (Photo by Mohamed Arhoma/Xinhua)

A destroyed power distribution station is seen in Salah al-Din area, southern Tripoli, Libya, on June 23, 2020. Most Libyan cities, especially Tripoli, suffer from daily power blackouts that last up to 12 hours, especially during winter and summer. The power deficit is almost 2,500 megawatts per day, while the current production is no more than 5,000 megawatts per day. (Photo by Mohamed Arhoma/Xinhua)

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