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Tripoli interior ministry accuses France of supporting Haftar, ends cooperation

Reuters Thursday, 18 April 2019
Libya's internationally recognized interior ministry accused France on Thursday of supporting eastern commander Khalifa Haftar and said it would halt cooperation with Paris.
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