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G7 Foreign Ministers Pause Talks To Warn Against Military Action In Tripoli

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G7 Foreign Ministers Pause Talks To Warn Against Military Action In Tripoli

G7 Foreign Ministers Pause Talks To Warn Against Military Action In Tripoli

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, foreign ministers from the G7 group of nations warned eastern Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar against making an advance on the capital of Tripoli as they scrambled to defuse a dangerous escalation in the ongoing power struggle for the North African oil producer.

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