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Widow of Nobel Peace Laureate Liu Xiaobo leaves China

His wife had been under house arrest to varying degrees since his Nobel victory in 2010, and was even prevented from leaving the country for medical treatment. She left China on Tuesday for Berlin, Germany, her brother Liu Hui said in a message to friends who shared with CNN. Several sources confirmed that Liu Xia had left the country. & …

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It remains hard work to consolidate the peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea

Addis Ababa (AFP) – This week, a two-decade war has been declared in an emotional reunion between Ethiopia and Eritrea, but analysts warn that many years of bitter relations must be restored despite the dizzying peace process Horns of Africa broke off the connection after the outbreak of a 1998- 2000 border war that killed 80,000 people and triggered a …

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China calls on the US to avoid action that threatens peace in the Taiwan Strait

PEKING (Reuters) – China has on Monday urged the US to avoid measures that jeopardize peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait after two US warships have sailed through the waters US officials said that two destroyers have performed the passage over the weekend and described the maneuver as a "routine transit" through international waters. It was the US Navy's …

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Bitter enemies of Ethiopia, Eritrea hold historic peace talks

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – The leaders of bitter opponents Ethiopia and Eritrea met on Sunday and hugged and smiled for the cameras in Eritrea's capital as the officials on both sides concluded a nearly 20-year military stalemate. Eritrea In the morning, the longtime leader Isaias Afwerki welcomed the recently elected Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed at the airport of Asmara …

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Embrace Bitter enemies from Ethiopia and Eritrea for peace talks

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – With laughter and hugs, the leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea met on Sunday for the first time in nearly two decades amid a swift and dramatic diplomatic thaw. Ethiopia's reformist Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed arrived in Eritrea's capital Asmara. A live broadcast of Eritrean's state television showed that he was greeted at the airport by President …

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European peace activists march against Trump's visit to NATO

A woman stands near a child in a cage during a demonstration in Brussels, Saturday, July 7, 2018. European activists are protesting against the imminent US President Donald Trump's appearance at a NATO summit, marching through Brussels for less military spending and more public money for schools and clean energy. (Geert Vanden Wijngaert / Associated Press) by Associated Press 7. …

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Syrian army wins in the southwest, rebels speak peace terms AMMAN / BEIRUT (Reuters) – The Syrian army seized more cities in the southwest on Saturday than air strikes on others who still resisted the rapid offensive, and rebels said they were negotiating the allied Russia.

AMMAN / BEIRUT (Reuters) Peace conditions. Smoke rises from the southeastern part of Deraa, Syria, in this issue on June 27, 2018. SANA / Handout via REUTERS State television broadcast from the city of Dael, northwest of the city of Deraa, following the army's invasion, and a war monitor reported that several cities farther east had also accepted governance. Rebels …

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Syrian army wins in the southwest, rebels speak peace terms AMMAN / BEIRUT (Reuters) – The Syrian army seized more cities in the southwest on Saturday than air strikes on others who still resisted the rapid offensive, and rebels said they were negotiating the allied Russia.

AMMAN / BEIRUT (Reuters) Peace conditions. A Syrian opposition flag is deployed at the Syrian-Jordanian border at the Nasib junction in the province of Deraa, Syria, on August 27, 2017. REUTERS / Alaa Al-Faqir / Files State television broadcast from the city of Dael, northwest of the city of Deraa after the army entered, and a war monitor reported that …

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The belligerents of Yemen will return to peace talks, says U. N.

GENEVA (Reuters) – UN-Yemeni envoy Martin Griffiths expects the warring factions in Yemen to return to the negotiating table for the first time in years, and both sides have confirmed their willingness to talk, he said in a UN radio interview late Thursday , FILE PHOTO – United Nations envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths hears State Secretary of the Houthi …

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