Libyan Talks Pause for Consultations Amid Progress Signs

March 7, 2015 5:35 PM

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The delegates of Libya's rival governments are heading back to their home bases to consult on proposals made during three days of U.N.-sponsored talks.

The talks for the oil-rich nation wracked by rival militias, a government in the east and another in the west, have been given added urgency by the rise of the radical Islamist State group.

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