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African Union meets to map road to peace in Libya

Waiting game on Libyan front Tripoli, Libya (CNN) — The African Union will attempt Sunday to map a road to peace in Libya, despite a previous failed effort to end hostilities between Moammar Gadhafi’s forces and rebels seeking to oust the Libyan leader. The meeting follows claims a day earlier by the Libyan government that NATO warplanes bombed a bakery and a restaurant in a key oil refinery town east of Tripoli, a charge the alliance has countered. The African Union’s Special Committee on Libya, established in March, will convene in Pretoria, South Africa, to discuss avenues to end the months-long fighting…