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Diplomacy & Peace

U.N. says plans future Libya talks within country

Libya.Libya's warring factions who operate rival governments have agreed "in principle" to hold future talks to end the crisis in Libya, moving the negotiations away from Geneva, the United Nations said on Thursday.

Central African Republic government says rejects ceasefire deal

Catherine Samba-Panza.The government of Central African Republic said on Thursday it rejected a ceasefire deal made in Kenya between two militia groups aimed at ending more than a year of clashes and attacks in which thousands have died.

Amnesty calls for U.N. sanctions, war crimes probe in Libya

The Libyan flag.Rights group Amnesty International called on Wednesday for targeted U.N. sanctions and investigations into possible war crimes in Libya to end a cycle of abductions and summary killings by rival armed factions.

Conflicts, Ebola to top AU Summit

African Union.Women empowerment, development towards Africa’s Agenda 2063, security crises and the Ebola outbreak in West Africa will dominate the agenda of the upcoming African Union Summit at the AU headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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