UN special envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon, speaks to media after the latest round of talks in Skhirat, 30 kms (18,75 mls) south of Rabat, Morocco, Friday, March 13, 2015. (AP/Paul Schemm)
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Libyan politicians and activists resumed talks Wednesday, aimed at forming a unity government to end the power struggle between two rival administrations that mediators fear could turn the North African country into a failed state.Libya's neighbors and Western governments say the talks are the only way to resolve a conflict between the two governments and their armed forces battling for control of the OPEC oil producer where Islamist insurgents have exploited the chaos.The talks, attended by political parties, activists, and representatives from Libyan regions, are meant to hammer out differences on a draft proposal for a unity government before a broader meeting expected in Morocco next week.
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