Libyan warring factions signed ceasefire after 5-day talks in Geneva.


GENEVA: Libyan warring factions have signed an agreement on a ceasefire, after five days of talks in Geneva.

The acting envoy of United Nations Libya mission, Stephanie Williams, in the signing ceremony in Geneva called the agreement a crucial sign of hope for the Libyan people.

According to the deal, all mercenaries and foreign fighters will leave Libya within three months.

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