GENEVA (AP) — Delegates from Libya’s warring factions on Friday selected four leaders to guide the North African country through to national elections in December, seen as a major — if uncertain — step toward unifying a nation with two separate governments in the east and west....Full Article
Libya's factions chose interim government ahead of elections
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