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Military intervention in Libya “unacceptable”, Tuareg official

Libya's Tuareg representative to the Libyan national dialogue, Mossa Al-Koni yesterday rejected any "foreign military intervention in Libya" stressing that his country "does not export terrorism, but terrorism penetrated its territories following the French military intervention in Mali in 2013".

In an interview with the Anadolu Agency, Al-Koni who served as a member of the transitional council after the revolution of 17 February 2011 said: "No one accepts the killing of Egyptian Copts in this way, the images were shocking not to only to Libyans but for the international community, especially that these innocent people had nothing to do with the ongoing conflict."

He added that these actions "cannot be attributed to Libya or Libyans".

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