BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:45 A.M.) The Libyan War has entered its eighth year and the country still remains divided between several entities that are supported by many regional players.

As of January 2019, the Haftar-led Libyan National Army controls the largest portion of Libya, with the Tabu militias controlling most of the southern part of the country.

The Qatari-backed Government of National Accord forces still maintain control over several major cities, including Tripoli, Misrata, and Sirte.

However, the Benghazi-based Libyan National Army is likely to push into these areas if peace talks fail again.

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