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Libya’s UN-backed govt accuses France of supporting Haftar, ends cooperation

France 24 Thursday, 18 April 2019
Libya's internationally recognised interior ministry on Thursday accused France of supporting eastern commander Khalifa Haftar and said it would halt cooperation with Paris. France however said it supports the Tripoli-based government.
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France supports the unrecognised government in Tripoli but also maintained ties with the other government led by Haftar.

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