'Unified' Libyan army on table at Tunis meeting

A member of Libyan pro-government forces patrols on the outskirts of the eastern coastal city of BenghaziThe UN is set to host a second day of talks on Libya Sunday with the aim of creating a “unified” army in a country wracked by internal divisions and a jihadist threat. The organisation brokered a power-sharing deal last year to form a Government of National Accord (GNA), but the body is still struggling to assert its authority. “All Libya’s problems today are tied up to the security issue,” said Martin Kobler, head of the UN’s support mission in the country, after a first day of talks in the Tunisian capital on Saturday.

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