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Former interior minister nominated as new Tunisia premie

Former interior minister nominated as new Tunisia premie

(Reuters) - A former Tunisian interior minister has been nominated as prime minister to form a new government after an agreement among political parties in the newly elected parliament, congress speaker Mohamed Nacer said on Monday. The nominee, Habib Essid, worked in the...

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 U.N.-brokered Libya dialogue delayed again: diplomatic sources

U.N.-brokered Libya dialogue delayed again: diplomatic sources

(Reuters) - A new round of U.N.-brokered peace talks aimed at ending the escalating political crisis in Libya has been delayed once again and will not take place early this week as originally planned, diplomatic sources said on Sunday. The United Nations had planned to hold a...

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New air strike on Libyan city Misrata, clashes near oil port

New air strike on Libyan city Misrata, clashes near oil port

(Reuters) - Forces loyal to Libya's internationally recognised government on Saturday staged air strikes on the commercial port of Misrata, a western city allied to a group that holds the capital Tripoli, both sides said. Fighting was also reported near the country's biggest...

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2014: Libya's future in limbo amid violent stalemate

2014: Libya's future in limbo amid violent stalemate

Throughout 2014, Libya remained embroiled in political infighting that evolved into a violent power struggle between two rival seats of government, throwing the fractious North African country's future into uncertainty. Oil-rich Libya has been dogged by political...

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