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Libya: Haftar-led forces declare truce in battle for Tripoli

WorldNews Sunday, 12 January 2020 ()
Libya: Haftar-led forces declare truce in battle for TripoliThe troops loyal to Libya warlord Khalifa Haftar pledged to halt the attack on Tripoli but warned of a "harsh response" if the defenders violated the truce. The EU, Russia and Turkey were working to curb the fighting. ......
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News video: Libya's Haftar rejects Ankara, Moscow's call for ceasefire

Libya's Haftar rejects Ankara, Moscow's call for ceasefire 02:18

Fight against 'terrorist organisations that seized Tripoli' will continue until the end, vows military spokesman.

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