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Will the Latest UN-Brokered Ceasefire in Libya Hold?

Nearly a decade after the downfall of Gaddafi, the UN brokered a permanent cease-fire agreement between Libya's rival parties in Geneva. The warring sides agreed that foreign troops and mercenaries would leave. But Libya's defence minister said the ceasefire will not affect the Government of National Accord's ties and cooperation with Turkey. So, will the pause in fighting hold? And can Libya find a lasting political solution? Guests: Murat Aslan Security Analyst Guma el Gamaty Head of Taghyeer Party

UN says Libya's warring sides sign permanent ceasefire deal

UN says Libya's warring sides sign permanent ceasefire deal

Libya power play?

Libya power play?

Warring parties accuse each other of violations in Libya

Warring parties accuse each other of violations in Libya

Turkey - Russia Relations

Turkey - Russia Relations

Growing Turkey-Somalia Ties

Growing Turkey-Somalia Ties

Regional Politics after GCC Reconciliation

Regional Politics after GCC Reconciliation

The End of the Qatar Blockade | Turkey’s Role in Somalia

The End of the Qatar Blockade | Turkey’s Role in Somalia

Turkish Support for Somalia

Turkish Support for Somalia

Turkey and the UK Sign Landmark Deal

Turkey and the UK Sign Landmark Deal

Libyan Warlord Haftar Threatens To Target Turkish Forces

Libyan Warlord Haftar Threatens To Target Turkish Forces

UK-Turkey Free Trade Deal

UK-Turkey Free Trade Deal

Haftar Threatens Turkey with War | UK-Turkey Trade Deal

Haftar Threatens Turkey with War | UK-Turkey Trade Deal

Arab Spring - 10 Years On

Arab Spring - 10 Years On

The Arab Spring a Decade On

The Arab Spring a Decade On

US Sanctions on Turkey | Reviving Shusha

US Sanctions on Turkey | Reviving Shusha

US Sanctions Target Turkish Defence Body

US Sanctions Target Turkish Defence Body

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