North African Diplomats Seek Ways To Reconcile Rival Factions

In Tunis, top North African diplomats have been meeting to find ways to reconcile Libya's rival political factions. The gathering is headed by the foreign ministers of Egypt and Tunisia, alongside Algeria's African and Arab Affairs Minister. The diplomats have underlined the need to create political dialogue between rival Libyan factions in order to end the turmoil that has rocked the country since 2011. Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria hope to act as intermediaries between Libyan Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj and military commander, Khalifa Haftar.