Libyan warring rivals reach permanent ceasefire deal

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    The United Nations says the two sides in Libyan military talks have reached a permanent cease-fire agreement. The UN described the deal as an important achievement, though is yet to fully release details. FRANCE 24 correspondent John Zarocostas explains the latest.

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