Libya PM says ready for talks with militia foes

Abdullah al-Thani (left) meets Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir at the presidential palace in Khartoum on October 28, 2014Libya’s internationally recognised Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani said Wednesday he was ready to talk to militias who control most of his country if “all sides” made concessions. Thani’s government took refuge in the remote eastern town of of Tobruk in August after Islamist-led militia seized the capital Tripoli and then set up a rival administration. “We open the doors of dialogue with our brothers on the condition that there be concessions from all sides,” he told reporters at Khartoum airport as he ended a three-day visit to Sudan. He did not spell out what concessions he expected to be made.

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