Libya Could Agree on Unity Government Leaders This Week: U.N. Envoy

A U.N. envoy said on Monday, Libya's warring groups could agree this week on the leaders of a national unity government to try to overcome the conflict in the North African country, but it will not be easy. The talks, originally due to end on Sunday, have been extended for two more days despite renewed fighting in the capital Tripoli, which Libya's internationally recognized government wants to take back from a rival administration that seized it last summer. U.N. special envoy Bernardino Leon said in Brussels where he took part in a meeting of Libyan mayors, "It is going to be a difficult discussion."