Libya talks in Russia: Haftar consulting allies on truce deal

Some fighting has resumed in Libya after ceasefire talks stalled in Moscow. But not all hope of a deal is lost.

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    Sporadic fighting has resumed between Libya's warring sides after ceasefire talks stalled in Moscow.

    Turkey and Russia brokered the fragile truce over the weekend, but Ankara says it is too early to say the ceasefire has collapsed.

    Hopes have now moved to an international summit aimed at resolving the conflict, which will be held in Berlin on Sunday.

     

    Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal reports from Ankara, Turkey.


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