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Haftar backs ceasefire as rebels lose ground in Libya
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Tripoli accuses rivals of breaking conditional ceasefire in Libya
The ceasefire took effect early on Sunday and if it holds, it will mark the first break in fighting in months.
Turkish parliament will vote on sending troops to Libya on Thursday
President Erdogan said Thursday his government would submit a bill to parliament to allow Turkey to send troops to Libya, at the request of the UN-backed government.
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Forces loyal to eastern Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar said they destroyed a Turkish drone parked at Tripoli's only working airport on Sunday, halting civilian flights as tensions between Ankara and the eastern administration mounted.
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When the internationally-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) was formed in Libya in December 2015, it was facing an enormous amount of work to restore the country’s social fabric and rebuild its devastated economic structures.
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Battle for Libya's Tripoli leaves at least 29 civilians dead
"I mean when you mother dies in your hands... you lose it," Reyad El Hami, a resident of Tripoli, told Euronews' Anelise Borges.
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"Anyone who dies here, Macron is responsible," the leader of a Libyan militia fighting for the UN-backed Government of National Accord told Euronews.
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Italian PM Giuseppi Conte calls for immediate cease-fire in Libya
Italian Prime Minister has called for an immediate cease-fire in Libya and Qatar’s Foreign Minister has said countries must be stopped from supplying arms to Libya. Yesterday Giuseppe Conte hosted a meeting in Rome between Libya's Deputy Prime Minister and the Qatari Foreign Minister.
EU Foreign Ministers seek unity on Libya crisis
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Tensions flare in Libya as commander orders forces to move on Tripoli
Eastern Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar ordered his troops to march on the capital Tripoli as the UN tries to push for a peace deal.