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Warring parties accuse each other of violations in Libya

Libya's United Nations-backed Government of National Accord and forces loyal to warlord Khalifa Haftar have accepted a call by Turkey and Russia for a ceasefire. The truce came into effect at midnight on Sunday. Both sides have threatened consequences if the agreement is violated. The ceasefire follows a day of intense shelling around Tripoli, as Hasan Abdullah reports. #libya #libyanews #libyaceasefire

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

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

UN says Libya's warring sides sign permanent ceasefire deal

UN says Libya's warring sides sign permanent ceasefire deal

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