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UN says Libya sides reach ‘permanent ceasefire’ deal

After nearly 10 years of bloodshed, Libya’s warring sides have agreed to a permanent and immediate ceasefire.
The United Nations-brokered deal was signed in Geneva after months of negotiations between the internationally-recognised government in Tripoli and its rivals in the east.
Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Jamjoom reports.

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    Masha Allah great step

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    Masha Allah, home problem should be solved within, dont let outsiders ruine u r home, InshaAllah it will be peace

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    UN ask other nation to stop interfering in Libya ? wasn't UN the ones who over interfering and threw gaddafi in the first place ?

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