Libya's elected parliament agrees to resume UN talks

By REUTERS
March 2, 2015 21:55

 
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BENGHAZI, Libya - Libya's elected House of Representatives (HOR) on Monday agreed to go back to United Nations-brokered peace talks with a rival government, a week after they pulled out over a militant suicide bombing, a parliament spokesman said.

"The HoR voted today to resume the peace dialogue after we held a meeting with the U.N. envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon," the spokesman, Faraj Hashem, said.

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