Libya: ISIS gaining ground, says Tobruk PM

Claims rival gov't in Tripoli 'doesn't want dialogue for peace'

19 February, 20:04

    (ANSAmed) - CAIRO, FEBRUARY 19 - Libyan groups affiliated with the Islamic State (ISIS) ''continue to spread and take more terrain'' and ''their flags can be seen in Tripoli, Sabratha, Sirte and Ben Jawad'', said Abdullah Al-Thinni the prime minister of the Tobruk-based government recognized by the international community, on Thursday. In an interview with the Arab daily Asharq Al-Awsat, Al-Thinni accused MPs of the General National Congress (the Tripoli-based rival parliament led by Islamists) of not wanting to engage in UN-mediated dialogue for peace. (ANSAmed).

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