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East Libyan forces' push for Tripoli stirs foreign divisions

Reuters Tuesday, 16 April 2019
Qatar called on Tuesday for a blocking of foreign arms supplies to eastern Libyan forces commander Khalifa Haftar, whose push to seize the capital Tripoli is causing rifts around the Gulf and Europe.
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