A Libyan woman puts bread in her oven for baking, at her home in Tripoli, November 1, 2013, This was the way bread was prepared in Libyan houses, especially in the countryside. Libya has no signs of ... more 
A Libyan woman puts bread in her oven for baking, at her home in Tripoli, November 1, 2013, This was the way bread was prepared in Libyan houses, especially in the countryside. Libya has no signs of food shortages - quite the opposite: bread is still plentiful and cheap. But global grain traders say big Libyan buyers are now having difficulty arranging import deals. Exporters abroad are worried about being paid on time, and about the additional risks of unloading ships in chaotic ports where armed militia members run rampant. Picture taken November 1, 2013. To match Exclusive LIBYA-FOOD/ REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY) less 
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