Monday, April 24, 2017
Libya's Two Main Warring Sides Have Reached An Agreement To End Years of Fighting
The Guardian: Libya's warring sides reach diplomatic breakthrough in Rome
Compromise is brokered between presidents of house of representatives and state council after years of fighting
Rome has brokered a diplomatic breakthrough in Libya that has the potential to bring the two main warring sides together in a new political agreement after years of division, fighting and economic misery.
The scale of the breakthrough will be tested later this week, but Italy is hailing a compromise brokered between the presidents of the house of representatives, Ageela Saleh, and the state council, Abdulrahman Sewehli.
The meeting was overseen by the Italian foreign minister, Angelino Alfano, and the Italian ambassador to Libya.
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Update: Libya's rival governments agree path to peace: Reports (Middle East Eye).
WNU Editor: I have to see it to believe it.