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Libya peace talks get a boost ahead of deadline

Hopes for a deal to form a unity government in war-torn Libya by a September 20 deadline received a boost Friday after UN-brokered peace talks had run into opposition from both sides.

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Armed protesters storm GNC peace talk session

Armed protesters stormed Libya’s Tripoli-based rival parliament on Thursday during a session to discuss candidates for the country’s National Unity Government, ahead of UN-backed peace talks aimed at building the joint body. Gunfire rang out through the streets surrounding the capital’s General National Congress which was holding a meeting to …

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Libya: A silver lining or the road to darkness?

The UN-sponsored Skhirat Geneva process aimed at achieving a political settlement in Libya kicked off again last week, and could be in a decisive phase after months of stalemate.  

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Libya’s parliament “dismayed” by draft peace deal – recalls team

Libya’s internationally-recognized parliament recalled its delegates from peace talks in Morocco on Tuesday, just five days before a UN set deadline for signing a deal it hopes will drag the country out of the civil war.

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Libya’s rival governments reach ‘consensus’

Libya’s rival governments have reached a “consensus” on the main elements of a political agreement, a UN special envoy told reporters early Sunday.

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