‘The EU may not have a choice, but to engage militarily in Libya’

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Islamic State militants on 04 January 2016 launched an attack on the port of al-Sidra, Libya's largest oil terminal, military officials said.

‘The EU may not have a choice, but to engage militarily in Libya’


The head of the Munich Security Conference in Germany has reportedly warned that the European Union may need to engage militarily in Libya if Islamic State continues its advance there.

In an interview with Deutsche Welle (DW), Wolfgang Ischinger said: “The boundlessness of current conflicts makes conflict management so challenging. The war in Syria, which has turned into a regional conflict, the refugee crisis, cyber threats, jihadist terrorism – all these issues transcend borders, and we str...


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