Top US negotiator, Zalmay Khalilzad is known to have connections with shadowy figures in Afghanistan and experts are struggling to understand what exactly he has agreed with the Taliban.
The internationally-recognised government suspended its participation in Geneva talks with warlord Haftar's militia after the Tripoli port came under attack by the latter's militants.
Turkish President Erdogan "doesn’t want people to be killed by the thousands, and hundreds of thousands," says US President Trump.
Turkish President says Haftar turned his back on both the Moscow and Berlin summits and is violating the ceasefire in Libya.
The air strike took place in the Libyan capital’s Hadaba area, just south of the city centre where fighting has been raging for months, the Tripoli-based health ministry.
While the organisation has strongly condemned Turkey’s protection of its regional interests, it has done little to back the legitimate UN-recognised government.
Ankara has long supported a political settlement in Libya and an end to attacks and the establishment of a complete ceasefire among the warring sides.
Although warlord Khalifa Haftar has bought several ragtag militias, here's a quick look into the three most crucial fighting groups that fuel the self-proclaimed field marshal's war against UN-backed government in Tripoli.
As the conflict has taken a new turn with Russian mercenaries gaining foothold in Libya and siding with warlord Haftar, experts say the US will most likely find an ally in the UN-backed Prime Minister Fayez al Sarraj.
Global powers are caught up in a dilemma — whether to support the UN-sanctioned government in Libya or silently allow its adversary warlord Haftar take it down — and the UN is complicit in worsening the conflict, experts argue.
In a conversation with TRT World, GNA leader Feyaz al Sarraj shone a light on some critical aspects of the Libyan conflict, including the militias that control large parts of the country.
Doctors Without Borders said more than 687,500 displaced people were now living in camps or with host families where MSF treated at least 11,220 children suffering from malnutrition, 2,310 victims of sexual violence and 1,980 wounded.
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