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Confusion surrounds Libyan prime minister’s talk show resignation

The prime minister of Libya’s internationally recognised government, Abdullah al-Thani, announced his resignation in a surprise move live on television on Tuesday, hours after fraught peace talks between the country’s rival factions restarted.

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Analysis: Geneva – Back to Square One?

On Monday, UN-brokered peace talks for Libya will be back where they started, literally and figuratively, when most members of the Libya Dialogue return to Geneva, the place where discussions began in January. And now, as then, the Tripoli-based rump General National Congress (GNC) will staying away. It fears the deal …

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UN to host Libya talks on Monday in push for unity govt

The United Nations will convene a new round of Libya talks on Monday in Geneva in a push to persuade warring parties to agree on a unity government and end the violence gripping the oil producer, the U.N. said on Thursday.

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Zintan agrees to reopen El-Sharara pipeline following agreement with Al-Zawiya

Tribal elders and officials from the cities of Al-Zawiya and Zintan held a meeting on Tuesday in the western city of Al-Matrad to finalize a peace agreement that calls for an immediate cessation of hostilities and identity-based arrests. It also calls for exchange of prisoners.

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Statement by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya Bernardino Leon

The Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) for Libya, Bernardino Leon, met with a delegation from city of Azzawiya, including members of the House of Representatives, representatives the municipality and the revolutionaries, to consult on the next steps in the Libyan Political Dialogue.

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