U.N. representative for Libya, Bernardino Leon, gestures as he addresses reporters in Skhirat, Morocco, Monday, Sept. 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Abdeljalil Bounhar)
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Authorities in Libya's militia-held capital have called for a freeze in UN-mediated peace talks until the military of the internationally recognized government halts an offensive in the east.Khalifa Ghweil, prime minister in a Tripoli-based parallel administration, "strongly" condemned the talks being held in Morocco between Libya's rival parliaments.U.N. envoy Bernardino Leon told Libya's warring parties on Tuesday there would be no more negotiations on the peace plan drawn up in the seaside resort of Skhirat near Morocco's capital.
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