1. Libya conflict: Warring sides meet in Moscow for talks  BBC News
  2. No breakthrough in Moscow talks for Libya ceasefire deal  Al Jazeera English
  3. Libya’s sides agree ceasefire after nine months of fighting  Vanguard
  4. Libya's renegade general declares ceasefire, ending nine-month attack on capital  CNN
  5. Libya's rival factions accuse each other of violating ceasefire  Al Jazeera English
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After a tentative truce failed, the warring sides meet for talks brokered by Russia and Turkey.After a tentative truce failed, the warring sides meet for talks brokered by Russia and Turkey.

Libya conflict: Warring sides meet in Moscow for talks - BBC News

No breakthrough in indirect talks between Libya's warring sides leaves fragile ceasefire in uncertainty.No breakthrough in indirect talks between Libya's warring sides leaves fragile ceasefire in uncertainty.

Libya's Haftar leaves Moscow without signing ceasefire agreement | News | Al Jazeera

Both sides in Libya's conflict agreed to a ceasefire from Sunday to end nine months of fighting, following weeks of international diplomacy.Both sides in Libya's conflict agreed to a ceasefire from Sunday to end nine months of fighting, following weeks of international diplomacy.

Libya's sides agree ceasefire after nine months of fighting

“While part of #EU politics has spent time condemning @realDonaldTrump bcs of #Solemani and flirting with ayatollahs, Russia and Turkey succeeded to negotiate a ceasefire in Libya between the UN-backed government and general Haftar. Hey, @EU_Commission @EUCouncil #Doyourjob”

Janez Janša on Twitter: "While part of #EU politics has spent time condemning @realDonaldTrump bcs of #Solemani and flirting with ayatollahs, Russia and Turkey succeeded to negotiate a ceasefire in Libya between the UN-backed government and general Haftar. Hey, @EU_Commission @EUCouncil #Doyourjob"

“Russia is playing arsonist & firefighter in Libya: it gave critical advantage to Haftar via Wagner’s snipers and Sudanese mercenaries flown in, forcing Tripoli and Ankara to bargaining table. Now, Moscow will force Haftar do the same by pulling some crucial support away from him”

Soner Cagaptay on Twitter: "Russia is playing arsonist & firefighter in Libya: it gave critical advantage to Haftar via Wagner’s snipers and Sudanese mercenaries flown in, forcing Tripoli and Ankara to bargaining table. Now, Moscow will force Haftar do the same by pulling some crucial support away from him"

“Russian and Turkish sponsored cease-fire talks to end Libya’s civil war appeared to have unraveled after eastern military commander Khalifa Haftar reportedly left Moscow without signing the agreement. https://t.co/cialCcZ18r”

Stuart Wallace on Twitter: "Russian and Turkish sponsored cease-fire talks to end Libya’s civil war appeared to have unraveled after eastern military commander Khalifa Haftar reportedly left Moscow without signing the agreement. https://t.co/cialCcZ18r… https://t.co/EER0djD1Ab"

“GNA leader Serraj signed ceasefire deal but, according to Turkish FM, LNA's Haftar "asked for more time time to consider." #Libya https://t.co/cU5TV5NstB”

Missy Ryan on Twitter: "GNA leader Serraj signed ceasefire deal but, according to Turkish FM, LNA's Haftar "asked for more time time to consider." #Libya https://t.co/cU5TV5NstB"

The leaders of Libya's two warring sides have arrived in Moscow for talks, a day after a ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey came into force. TheThe leaders of Libya's two warring sides have arrived in Moscow for talks, a day after a ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey came into force. The

Al-Sarraj, Haftar arrive in Moscow to sign ceasefire agreement with Turkish and Russian officials

The embassies of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Delegation of the European Union said in a statement on Sunday that they join the UN Support Mission for Libya in welcoming the acceptance by parties in Libya of a ceasefire on January 12. The embassies added that they hail the announcement that both the Presidential Council and KhalifaThe embassies of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Delegation of the European Union said in a statement on Sunday that they join the UN Support Mission for Libya

US, Western countries welcome ceasefire in Libya | The Libya Observer

The continuation of civil war in Libya is not only a disaster for Northern Africa and the Mediterranean. The continuation of the civil war in Libya also...

EU must cooperate with Turkey for peace and stability in Libya - Ozan Ceyhun - Daily Sabah

JEDDAH: Recep Tayyip Erdogan has struck a deal with the UN-backed Libyan government for Tripoli to pay $2.7bn in compensation for debts owed to Turkey before Libya’s nine-year civil war began. Turkish companies were heavily involved in lucrative infrastructure and construction projects in Libya from the 1970s, but they collapsed when dictator Muammar Qaddafi was removed inJEDDAH: Recep Tayyip Erdogan has struck a deal with the UN-backed Libyan government for Tripoli to pay $2.7bn in compensation for debts owed to Turkey before Libya’s nine-year civil war began.

Revealed: Erdogan’s $2.7bn Libya cash grab | Arab News

An intense diplomatic traffic has yielded a cease-fire between Libya’s two major powers, the Tripoli-based Government National Accord (GNA) and Tobruk-based General Khalifa Haftar. At the center of this diplomacy was Turkey and Russia, whose presidents, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Vladimir Putin, issued a call for a cease-fire during a bilateral meeting on Jan. 8 in Istanbul. An intense diplomatic traffic has yielded a cease-fire between Libya’s two major powers, the Tripoli-based Government National Accord (GNA) and Tobruk-based General Khalifa Haftar. At the center of this diplomacy was Turkey and Russia, whose presidents, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Vladimir Putin, issued a call for a cease-fire during a bilateral meeting on Jan. 8 in Istanbul.

Will Turkey still deploy troops to Libya after truce?

After several delays, Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar left Moscow without signing a deal to end months of fighting in the country. Russian officials said they're still working with the warring sides to find an agreement.After several delays, Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar left Moscow without signing a deal to end months of fighting in the country. Russian officials said they're still working with the warring sides to find an agreement.

Libya′s Haftar leaves Russia without signing ceasefire deal | News | DW | 14.01.2020

Libya's warring leaders made some progress at indirect peace talks in Moscow on Monday but failed to agree on an open-ended ceasefire to end a nine-month war over the capital Tripoli.Libya's warring leaders made some progress at indirect peace talks in Moscow on Monday but failed to agree on an open-ended ceasefire to end a nine-month war over the capital Tripoli.

Libya peace talks in Moscow fall short of deal

Russia says good progress has been made in talks in Moscow over a ceasefire in Libya – but a breakthrough deal has yet to be signed between the rival forces. Russia, which supports strongman Khalifa Haftar in the east of the country, helped broker a ceasefire alongside Turkey, which plans to deploy troops to defend Haftar’s rival, the United Nations-backed Government of National Accord based in Tripoli.Russia says good progress has been made in talks in Moscow over a ceasefire in Libya – but a breakthrough deal has yet to be signed between the rival forces. Russia, which supports strongman Khalifa Haftar in the east of the country, helped broker a ceasefire alongside Turkey, which plans to deploy troops to defend Haftar’s rival, the United Nations-backed Government of National Accord based in Tripoli.

Ceasefire Raises Hopes of Libya Peace Deal as Turkey Readies Military Deployment | Voice of America - English

egypttoday,Politics,Business,Economy,Art,culture,Local news,Special interest,Press Review,News,ResourcesThe LNA announced on Monday it is determined to free the entire Libyan soil from militias and terror groups.

Libyan National Army affirms remaining in Tripoli outskirts - Egypt Today

The anticipated Libyan emissaries have arrived in Moscow and will soon join the Russian-Turkish meeting between the top diplomats and defense chiefs,The anticipated Libyan emissaries have arrived in Moscow and will soon join the Russian-Turkish meeting between the top diplomats and defense chiefs,

Libyan rival leaders meet in Russia for peace talks

The Speaker of the Libyan Parliament, Aguila Saleh, said on Sunday that his country may find itself forced to call on the Egyptian Armed Forces to intervene if foreign intervention occurs in Libya.The Speaker of the Libyan Parliament, Aguila Saleh, said on Sunday that his country may find itself forced to call on the Egyptian Armed Forces to intervene if foreign intervention occurs in Libya.

We may call on the Egyptian army to intervene in Libya: Libyan Parliament Speaker - Egypt Independent

The two rival Libyan leaders, Fayez al-Sarraj and Khalifa Haftar, both arrived in Moscow for talks facilitated by Russia and Turkey. The negotiations are going well, Turkey’s president said expressing hope for a ceasefire deal.The two rival Libyan leaders, Fayez al-Sarraj and Khalifa Haftar, both arrived in Moscow for talks facilitated by Russia and Turkey. The negotiations are going well, Turkey’s president said expressing hope for a ceasefire deal.

We really want Libya ceasefire signed, Moscow talks are heading in ‘positive direction’ – Turkey’s Erdogan — RT World News

CAIRO (Sputnik) - A day after the ceasefire announcement in Libya, Prime Minister of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) Fayez Sarraj said that he was ready to resume military activities if "the aggressor" breached the truce, but at the same time called on the people to unite and settle the conflict through a national dialogue.CAIRO (Sputnik) - A day after the ceasefire announcement in Libya, Prime Minister of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) Fayez Sarraj said that he was ready to resume military activities if "the aggressor" breached the truce, but at the same time called on the people to unite and settle the conflict through a national dialogue.

Sarraj Says Ready to Resume Fighting in Libya, Yet Calls for Resolution of Conflict Through Dialogue - Sputnik International