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Germany warns of 'second Syria' as EU hosts Libya PM

WorldNews Thursday, 9 January 2020 ()
Germany warns of 'second Syria' as EU hosts Libya PMEU leaders met the head of Libya's UN-recognised government Wednesday as they scramble to contain the escalating crisis there, with Germany warning the country could deteriorate into a "second Syria". Fayez al-Sarraj, whose beleaguered Government of National Accord is facing an offensive by rival forces who control the country's east, met EU diplomatic chief Josep Borrell, who cautioned that Libya was facing a "watershed point". He also met EU Council President Charles Michel and German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, who told...
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