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Athens gets seat at Libya conference, but talks yield little
An international conference on Libya ended in Paris on Friday with a commitment from the North African country’s authorities to hold presidential elections on December 24 and a decision to set up a schedule for the withdrawal of foreign forces from Libya.
However, analysts and observers are wondering whether yet another conference will bring substantial results for the future and prosperity of Libya and its people.
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