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UN to hold Libya conference in April to avoid military showdown

The United Nations will hold a conference inside Libya in April to discuss elections as a way out of the country’s eight-year-long conflict, a UN envoy said on Wednesday, although it remains to be seen whether powerful factions will attend.

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France commends the Libyan National Army’s ‘great progress’ in the south

The French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian lauded the “great progress” made in southern Libya by Libya’s National Army Chief Marshal Khalifa Haftar, pointing out at the same time that there is no military solution to the Libyan crisis.

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A Minister, a General, and the Militias: Libya’s Shifting Balance of Power

A sleepy town of smalltime farmers and traders, Sabratha sits on the Mediterranean seaboard just west of the capital Tripoli. It is most famous for its Roman ruins—a colonnaded city and a restored amphitheater that, under the late ruler Muammar Qaddafi, hosted floodlit performances of Puccini’s operas for busloads of …

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Al-Mishri tells Russians that printing Libyan dinar banknotes in Moscow harmed economy

The Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri said Monday that Russia should break relations with parallel institutions in eastern Libya given the damage inflicted on Libya’s economy by printing dinar banknotes in Russia.

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