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U.N. Security Council to meet on Libya after Islamic State violence
U.N. Security Council to meet on Libya after Islamic State violence

The U.N. Security Council called an emergency session for Wednesday to address the explosion of terrorist violence in Libya, but world powers appeared sharply divided on how to deal with the country’s deepening turmoil. Two days after a video surfaced that appeared to show Islamic State militants in Libya beheading 21 Christian Egyptians, diplomats at the United Nations said Tuesday that they were preparing a resolution that they hoped would provide a more effective way to wind down the country’s raging civil war. They provided no details. But there appeared to be little appetite for the kind of international military mission sought by Egypt, which bombed an Islamic State...

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