UN Security Council discusses concerns over spread of Libya’s foreign fighters


Member states of the United Nations Security Council on Thursday met to discuss concerns over the potential spread of thousands of foreign fighters in Libya’s civil war. The meeting was called by representatives from Kenya, Tunisia and Niger in response to the killing of Chad’s president by rebels based across that country’s northern border in Libya. Details of the closed session were reported by AFP. Libya’s conflict is approaching potential resolution as the Security Council has moved to enshrine a nationwide cease-fire and backed preliminary plans for steps toward national reconciliation after 10 years of civil war. But there is…

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