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After Morocco, UNSMIL political dialogue to move to Algeria

Following this week’s session of the UN-brokered dialogue in Morocco, due to start on Thursday, the 23 Libyan political participants will then head to Algeria early next week for a further meeting.

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Libya’s arms pursuit illustrates geo-political alignments

Even as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) rises further in Libya, looming ever closer to Southern Europe, there is a widening arms race to supply the various sides – Tripoli aka Libya Dawn and Tobruk aka Libya Dignity – from various corners of the region.

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Libya: Getting Geneva Right

Libya’s deteriorating internal conflict may be nearing a dramatic turning point. Over six months of fighting between two parliaments, their respective governments and allied militias have led to the brink of all-out war. On the current trajectory, the most likely medium-term prospect is not one side’s triumph, but that rival …

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UN Mission Seeks to Revive Faltering Talks Between Libyan Rivals

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) – In a statement published Wednesday on the UNSMIL website, the mission said it is “undertaking a series of urgent consultations with the parties to ensure the convening of the next round of UN-facilitated Libya talks soon.”

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