Libya: Rival Parliament Chiefs Reject U.N. Peace Deal 

The leaders of Libya’s rival parliaments met and rejected a U.N. peace deal on Dec. 16, a day before moderates from both sides were expected to sign it, Reuters reported. The U.N.-brokered deal calls for a unity government and a cease-fire. There has been no immediate announcement on whether the signing would happen anyway. Many […]

The leaders of Libya’s rival parliaments met and rejected a U.N. peace deal on Dec. 16, a day before moderates from both sides were expected to sign it, Reuters reported.

The U.N.-brokered deal calls for a unity government and a cease-fire. There has been no immediate announcement on whether the signing would happen anyway. Many groups in libya seriously question the validity of the U.N.-sponsored deal, claiming that  the United Nations is not an  entirely neutral entity.

Since Ghaddafi was killed, the country is now controlled by various factions and warlords. In this Chaos ISIS is emerging and started to controlled entire cities, close to the Shores of Italia.

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