OTTAWA—For those who read through to the back pages of the newspaper’s world affairs section, the conflict in Libya has been back in the news of late. For a country that has been consumed by violent anarchy since NATO-led rebels toppled the Muammar Gaddafi regime in October 2011, a renewed outbreak of hostilities hardly seems worthy of note. However, this time around there was a bizarre new twist.
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