Middle East

Libyan rivals aim for new power-sharing deal

Ghassan Salame (C), special representative to the Secretary General of the United Nations for Libya, attends a meeting in the Tunisian capital Tunis on September 26, 2017, accompanied by Abdessalam Nasiya (L), chairman of the Libyan parliamentary dialogue committee, and Musa Faraj (R), chairman of the government dialogue committee. Neighboring Tunisia offered to act as a mediator between rival Libyan factions. Libya, which plunged into chaos after the ouster and killing of dictator Moamer Kadhaf





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