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Libya rivals sign ‘permanent ceasefire’ deal: Live news | Aljazeera

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According to officials the ceasefire agreement took much work to put into action. Libya has been suffering through a civil war that has destroyed many lives. This agreement would be the first of many steps to bring peace into the country. Recently the first flight to Benghazi from Tripoli has been put into works. However, countries like Turkey have hesitations about the ceasefire even working. Observes of the ceasefire also say that the deal may or may not see success.

Source: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/10/23/libyas-warring-sides-reach-permanent-ceasefire-deal-live

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