UN urges Libyans to prioritise national interest in November talks

The UN’s Libya envoy on Monday urged rival parties to place the national interest beforepolitical ambitionswhen they meet fortalks next monthaimed at ending a decade ofbloodshed.The North African country is dominated by armed groups, riven by local conflicts and divided between two bitterly opposed administrations: a United Nations-recognised unity government based in Tripoli and its eastern-based rival backed by strongman Khalifa Haftar.Neighbouring Tunisia is set to host talks in early November including representatives of civil society, tribesmen, political leaders, and members of bodies re…

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