Libya war high on African Union agenda

Leaders gather in Ethiopia's capital ahead of the annual African Union summit, and the Libya conflict is high on the agenda.

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    Leaders are gathering in Ethiopia's capital ahead of the annual African Union summit which begins on Sunday, and high on the agenda will be the conflict in Libya.

    Attempts to end the conflict between the two rival sides have not produced a lasting peace.

    Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports on how the war is now affecting other countries in the region.


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