Libya conflict stirs divisions in Gulf and Europe

Ulf Laessing, Ahmed Elumami
TRIPOLI (Reuters) – Qatar called on Tuesday for a blocking of foreign arms supplies to eastern Libyan forces commander Khalifa Haftar, whose push to seize the capital Tripoli is causing rifts around the Gulf and Europe.
Nearly two weeks into its assault, the veteran general’s eastern-based Libyan National Army (LNA) is stuck in the city’s southern outskirts battling armed groups loyal to the internationally-recognized Tripoli government.
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Map showing current positions in Libya
Map showing current positions in Libya

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