UN-brokered talks on Libya elections resume in Cairo

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Libyan officials returned to the Egyptian capital Sunday for a third round of talks on constitutional amendments for elections. The North African nation once again finds itself at a political impasse with two rival administrations claiming legitimacy. The talks in Cairo come on the heels of clashes between rival militias that caused residents of the Libyan capital of Tripoli to panic and revived nightmares of previous bouts of fighting in the chaos-stricken nation. Lawmakers from Libya’s east-based parliament and the High Council of State, an advisory body from western Libya, began the UN-brok…

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