Libya Peace Talks Break Down As Rivals Pull Out

Khalifa Haftar’s forces have been moving towards the capital Tripoli as the internationally recognized government struggles to repel them. Efforts by the UN to reconcile the rivals have lasted almost a year.

Peace talks between the government of Libya and rival military commander Khalifa Haftar collapsed on Monday after 10 months of conflict, the parties announced.

The rival eastern-Libya parliament, backed by warlord Haftar, said it would not take part in the United-Nations-backed talks as not…

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