Libya's unity government Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj speaks during an interview with AFP in the capital Tripoli on November 8, 2018. AFP / Mahmud TURKIA
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The head of Libya's U.N.-backed government, Fayez al-Sarraj, urged the international community on to find a "common vision" for the chaos-hit North African country, ahead of crisis talks in Sicily next week. In an exclusive interview with AFP at his unity government's headquarters in Tripoli Thursday, Sarraj hit out at "negative interventions by some countries" in Libya, without naming them.The populist government that came to power in Rome in June has been openly critical of the French role in Libya, saying it was at least partly to blame for the current chaos.Between late August and late September, fighting in and around Tripoli between rival groups from the capital and other part of western Libya killed at least 117 people and wounded more than 400 .
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