The United Nations opened a new round of consultations with Libyan politicians on Friday aimed at ending the country’s crisis, but delegates from the internationally recognized parliament were absent.
Western leaders support the U.N. talks as the only way to end the turmoil in Libya, where two rival governments and armed factions are battling for control of the North African state and Islamist militants have gained ground in the chaos.
Since the fall of Qaddafi in 2011, two rival brigades of former rebels who once battled side by side against the long-standing leader have since fallen into internecine fighting for control of Libya and its oil wealth.
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Source News: Al Arabiya News