For regional experts, warlord Khalifa Haftar is sending his forces to fight against Daesh only to hide his 'war crimes' and stay relevant in Libya.
Authorities in western Libya free 120 fighters loyal to warlord Khalifa Haftar, the latest move towards reconciliation in a UN-backed peace process aimed at ending years of violence.
Libya's unity government faces a mammoth task ahead, but there has been no better time in recent history for the country to start uniting its institutions.
An independent investigation revealed Prince’s botched mercenary operation to help Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar overthrow the internationally-backed GNA government.
The parliament has been split, as have most state institutions, since soon after it was elected in 2014, as Libya broke between warring factions in the east and west.
The UN report says Prince deployed a force of foreign mercenaries and weapons to warlord Khalifa Haftar.
The pro-Haftar politician, Aguila Saleh, has proposed a change in capital. However, critics see this as yet another obstacle towards peace.
Libyan delegates chose a list of candidates in a UN-hosted process aimed to give balance to regional powers and various political and economic interests.
Libya's Central Bank board agreed on the new rate of 4.8 dinars to a US dollar last month in its first full meeting for five years.
The head of Defence of National Values, a Russian organisation that is part of a media group linked to sanctioned business man Yevgeny Prigozhin -- made the announcement on Telegram.
"This war criminal, thug Haftar and his backers should know that in the event of any attack attempt waged on Turkish forces, the killer Haftar's forces will be viewed as legitimate targets everywhere," Turkey's Defence Minister Akar says in Libya.
As long as Libya's internationally-recognized government needs Ankara's support to stave off destabilising actors like France and Egypt, Turkey will continue to have its military presence in the country.
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