Libya Talks Set for Berlin Following Failed Effort in Moscow

After Libya talks in Moscow failed to produce a peace agreement, German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced plans to host a conference in Berlin on Sunday with representatives the two rival Libyan governments and international players. The Moscow meeting between Libya's warring parties with Russia and Turkey as mediators ended Monday. Earlier, the United Nations, Arab League, and European Union urged both sides to abide by a cease-fire that was to take effect on Sunday.

Early morning view over the city of Benghazi, Libya.

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