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Libyan rebel commander leaves Moscow without signing peace deal

WorldNews Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Libyan rebel commander leaves Moscow without signing peace dealAttempts to broker a ceasefire between the sides to the Libyan conflict have failed in Russia, Moscow has confirmed, as the head of rebel forces in Libya leaves the peace talks. Russia and Turkey have been trying to broker a halt to fighting between the Libyan government and rebel militia under...
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News video: Libyan rivals Sarraj and Haftar leave Moscow without signing ceasefire deal

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Libyan rivals Sarraj and Haftar leave Moscow without signing ceasefire deal

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