Germany plans Libya conference to shore up arms embargo

The Guardian

Violations of embargo have been both routine and often blatant, says UN special envoyGermany is planning to hold a UN-backed international conference on the future of Libya in an attempt to force the many regional actors to stop funding and arming the country’s warring sides.The UN has admitted i...

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