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23 Jun 2021
World powers gathered Wednesday in Berlin to seek lasting peace in Libya by ensuring the conflict-wracked North African country stays firmly on the path towards general elections on December 24.
1 Mar 2021
Libya's interim prime minister-designate on Monday defended the process that saw him elected, following reports of vote-buying during the UN-led peace talks.
28 Feb 2021
At least three participants in UN-led Libya peace talks were bribed for votes, experts from the world body found in a report for the Security Council seen by AFP Sunday.

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