A broken window of the Benghazi Medical Center is seen after a shell hit the sixth floor causing a fire in part of the building, according to the security office at the hospital, in Benghazi December 8, 2014. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
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The United States has little faith in U.N.-backed peace talks in Libya because Middle Eastern countries are defying requests to end their war by proxy in the oil-rich North African nation, senior U.S. officials said.Despite months of American requests, the U.S. officials said Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, all of which are U.S. allies, continue to encourage local factions to fight instead of compromise.U.S. officials say Qatar has supported Libya Dawn, which controls the capital Tripoli, but Qatar denies this.U.S. analysts say in recent weeks Egypt's military-led government, in particular, had undermined diplomatic efforts by its support for Haftar, and said this had emboldened Thinni, who launched a series of air strikes.Two weeks later, Sisi called on the United States to help Libya's elected prime minister crush Libya's Islamists.
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