CAIRO (AP) " The U.N. envoy to Libya has condemned a suspected militia attack on an air base in the country's south that reportedly killed at least 60 soldiers and civilians and wounded dozens.Martin-kobler/' title='Martin Kobler News'>Martin Kobler expressed his outrage...

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Martin Kobler: Martin Kobler , a native of Stuttgart, Germany, currently serves as United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moons Special Representative for Iraq and Head of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq . He was appointed to this position by the Secretary-General on 11 August 2011.
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