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Libya Malitia Accepts UN Call for Truce08/29 06:17

   TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) -- The Islamist militia in control of Libya's capital, 
Tripoli, says it agrees with a U.N. call for a cease-fire in this North African 
country but vows to resist any foreign interference in Libyan affairs.

   Senior commander Ahmed Hadiya from Dawn of Libya, an umbrella of Islamist 
militias, says his group will "cooperate with the world" unless this violates 
Libya's sovereignty.

   The remarks, which came in a statement late Thursday, are seen as a 
rejection of a recent appeal by a group of Libyan lawmakers for United Nations 
to intervene to stop ongoing militia battles.

   Libya currently has two rival parliaments in different parts of the country, 
and two different governments. The divisions are rooted in rivalries between 
Islamists and non-Islamists, as well as powerful tribal and regional 


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