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A Libyan rebel who is part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi dances as he and others rally before leaving to the front-line near Ras Lanuf, west of the town of Brega, esatern Libya, Friday.

Conflict in the Middle East may mean bad news for North Dakota farmers

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The recent conflict in the Middle East not only has driven up gas prices but may cause commodity prices to drop which could mean bad news for farmers.

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As of Friday the average in the state for regular gasoline was $3.47 and Diesel was $3.82, according to Gasbuddy.com.

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