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Ministers seek to reinforce drive to cut Libya arms supplies

Seattle Times Sunday, 16 February 2020
MUNICH (AP) — Foreign ministers and other top officials from about a dozen countries gathered Sunday in Germany to keep up the push for peace in Libya after countries with interests in its long-running civil war agreed to respect a much-violated arms embargo and back a full cease-fire. With this meeting on the sidelines of […]
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Foreign ministers agree on creating new mission to block entry of arms, since current rule is routinely flouted.

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