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Among the Syrian Militiamen of Turkey’s Intervention in Libya

Turkey’s military intervention in Libya, involving the deployment of Syrian fighters, is the latest chess move in a long-running civil war that followed the 2011 revolution, the NATO-led intervention, and the overthrow of the dictator Muammar Qaddafi.

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Al-Mishri: We won’t participate in Geneva dialogue if attacks on civilians, airports continue

The Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri said if the military developments continue to be negative such as shelling airports and civilian targets, the HCS won’t take part in Geneva dialogue.

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Did the Berlin Conference on Libya reassure or concern Turkey?

Turkey’s recent agreements with the Government of National Accord in Libya over maritime borders and the deployment of troops to the North African country, as well as its co-sponsorship with Russia of a ceasefire proposal, have revealed it to be a major player in the Libyan issue.

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Algeria hosts neighbours over Libya war, as rivals refuse to meet

Algeria hosted a meeting with Libya’s neighbouring countries, including Egypt and Tunisia in an attempt to end the crisis in the country, even as Fayez Al-Sarraj says he does not have a “real partner” in brokering peace in Libya as neither he nor Khalifa Haftar met at the Berlin conference.

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Cavusoglu Says Turkey Won’t Send Additional Military Advisers to Libya as Long as Ceasefire Observed

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in early January that Turkish troops were already on their way to Libya to support the internationally recognised Government of National Accord at its request. He, however, clarified on Monday that there were only military advisers on the ground.

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UN: 60 air strikes carried out by foreign countries supporting Haftar

A report issued by the Office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, revealed on Tuesday that the army of eastern Libya, led by Field Marshall Khalifa Haftar, carried out 850 airstrikes with drones, in addition to 170 jet strikes, including 60 precision-guided raids by foreign fighter aircrafts.

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