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Russian involvement in Libya evident, Kremlin lies every time they deny it: AFRICOM

U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) reported yesterday that it has ‘‘mounting evidence that Russia, through the Wagner Group, continues to position military equipment in Libya capable of conducting kinetic operations there’’.

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Algeria, Tunisia on sidelines of regional diplomacy over Libya conflict

The Egyptian parliament voted unanimously July 20 to support the deployment of the national army outside the country’s border, potentially bringing it into conflict with the Turkish army within Libya. The outcome of that battle, if it happens at all, is unknown.

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Divided Europe: How the West lost influence in Libya’s war

After nine years of fighting in Libya, Western powers have failed to stop the fragmentation of the country, which has been torn apart by warring political factions, local tribal leaders and militias, as well as foreign powers and thousands of mercenaries.

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Turkey, Russia agree to work for truce in Libya as regional rivalry heats up

Turkey and Russia said they will push for a cease-fire in Libya, where they support opposing sides in a civil war, while tensions continue to escalate between Ankara and Europe elsewhere in the Mediterranean, exposing a tangle of competing alliances across the region.

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EU presses for cessation of ‘foreign calls’ for mobilization in Libya

The European Union(EU) called on all regional actors in the Libyan conflict to stop inciting mobilization in Libya, saying that the threats to resort to military intervention are not only dangerous, but further exacerbate the conflict between the Libyan parties.

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