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Libya on the Brink: Pro-govt forces shoot down LNA jet near Tripoli

The United Nations was due to hold a national conference in Libya on Sunday. Instead, the day was marred by continued fighting. This latest unrest began in early April when a renegade general announced his army would march on the capital, Tripoli, from eastern Libya. Arabella Munro reports. #Tripoli, #Libya, #LNA

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Libya on the Brink: Govt troops out in force to defend Tripoli

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