U.N. Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Bernardino Leon holds a news conference on Libya's reconciliation process at the es-Sahirat region of Rabat, March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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The U.N. envoy to Libya is cautiously optimistic that candidates to run a government uniting all the conflict-torn country's political factions could be named this week.Libya has two parliaments and two governments, along with rival militaries and militias.The European Union's top diplomat, Federica Mogherini, said that the EU stands ready to help Libya, but only once a unity government has been formed.Libya is the main departure point from Africa for migrants fleeing poverty and war in search of better lives in Europe, and EU officials fear that extremists might also make the crossing.
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