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Rival Libyan leaders to hold Moscow peace talks on Monday: news agencies

Reuters Monday, 13 January 2020
Libya's warring rival leaders will hold peace talks in Moscow on Monday alongside representatives from Russia and Turkey, Russian news agencies cited the Russian Foreign Ministry as saying.
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News video: Libya's Haftar leaves Moscow without signing ceasefire agreement

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Turkey's Erdogan criticises breakdown in talks, says Ankara will 'teach Haftar a lesson' if he resumes Tripoli push.

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