The German government on Friday reaffirmed the need for a cease-fire in Libya amid ongoing deadly attacks by forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar, a renegade commander from east of the country.  

“The Berlin process we are working on aims at achieving a cease-fire and compliance of the arms embargo on all sides and that includes all sides,” German Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Adebahr said at a weekly government news briefing in Berlin.

“It is because we find that both of these things are very important and it is essentially important to get into a conversation under the aegis of

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