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UN: Libyan Factions Agree on January Peace Talks

A top United Nations official says rival factions vying for power in Libya have agreed in principle to hold a new round of peace talks in early January. U.N. Libyan envoy Bernadino Leon told the 15-member Security Council that the long-delayed talks are set for January 5, and will focus on a cease-fire, a national unity government and a new constitution. Libya was effectively left without governance after longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi was overthrown in 2011. Its internationally...

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