African leaders will travel to Libya to try and end the violence

Al JazeeraThe African Union announced that it has set up a panel, consisting of leaders from South Africa, Uganda, Mauritania, Congo and Mali, that will travel to Libya shortly in an attempt to end the violence.

“The ad hoc committee was set up … to engage with all parties in Libya, facilitate in an inclusive dialogue among them, and engage AU partners … for the speedy resolution of the crisis in Libya,” the bloc said.

Like the Arab League, the African Union has rejected any other foreign intervention.

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