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Libya peace talks in Moscow fall short of ceasefire deal

Reuters Monday, 13 January 2020
Libya peace talks in Moscow fall short of ceasefire dealLibya's warring leaders made some progress at indirect peace talks in Moscow on Monday but failed to agree on an unconditional and open-ended ceasefire.
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