Efforts continue to get Libyan warring parties to talk

A full moon rises over Tripoli (Iason Athanasiadis/UNSMIL)

Diplomatic efforts are continuing to get the warring parties in Libya to talk to each other instead of fighting.

The North African country has been embroiled in factional fighting since Muammar al-Qhadafi was overthrown in a popular revolt more than three years ago.

The UN Support Mission for Libya (UNSMIL), established in 2011 has been supporting the country's transitional authorities in their efforts to restore stability to the country.

Jocelyne Sambira asked UNSMIL Spokesperson, Samir Ghattas, about reports that talks have been postponed.

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