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Russia says GNA agree to ceasefire deal, Haftar wants more time

In Moscow Libya’s warring sides have drafted an agreement aimed at finding a ceasefire after months of fighting. While the UN-recognised government of Tripoli has signed the document, warlord Khalifa Haftar has sought until Tuesday to decide. Our Diplomatic Correspondent Hasan Abdullah has more. #libya #libyaceasefire #libyanews

Warring parties accuse each other of violations in Libya

Warring parties accuse each other of violations in Libya

Turkey and Russia urge for ceasefire in Libya

Turkey and Russia urge for ceasefire in Libya

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

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

Libya's Illegitimate Militia: Warlord Haftar urges illegal militia to advance on Tripoli

Libya's Illegitimate Militia: Warlord Haftar urges illegal militia to advance on Tripoli

Schools in Iran reopen under COVID-19 restrictions

Schools in Iran reopen under COVID-19 restrictions

Israel kills at least 5 Palestinians in West Bank raids

Israel kills at least 5 Palestinians in West Bank raids

Life returns to normal at US-Mexico border

Life returns to normal at US-Mexico border

Climate, Covid-19 and terrorism top agenda at UN meeting

Climate, Covid-19 and terrorism top agenda at UN meeting

Dozens of dogs left behind in Kabul sniff out new jobs at airport

Dozens of dogs left behind in Kabul sniff out new jobs at airport

Demining efforts continue in Nagorno-Karabakh

Demining efforts continue in Nagorno-Karabakh

Camel cloning gains popularity in the Middle East

Camel cloning gains popularity in the Middle East

Thousands of Haitians sent back from US border to Mexico

Thousands of Haitians sent back from US border to Mexico

Thousands attend Teknofest in Istanbul

Thousands attend Teknofest in Istanbul

Refugees deported from US plan to leave Haiti again

Refugees deported from US plan to leave Haiti again

Huawei executive lands in China after deal with US

Huawei executive lands in China after deal with US

UK to issue visas to ease lorry driver shortage

UK to issue visas to ease lorry driver shortage

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