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

By Tom Miles 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 speak, said in an un Radio interview "I would like to bring the parties together within the next few weeks at the latest," he …

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Apple, Samsung declare peace in the biggest modern tech patent fight

The Biggest Patent Battle of the Modern Technology World Has Finally Ended After Seven Years Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. announced on Wednesday to a judge that they had solved the first box but the last remaining one from the legal disputes that once spanned four continents. The chain of lawsuits began in 2011 after Steve Jobs, Apple's co-founder, …

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A peace agreement for South Sudan is signed. Will it take?

The president of South Sudan and his former vice president signed a peace agreement on Wednesday to end their country's protracted civil war. The rivals – President Salva Kiir and former Vice President Riek Machar, who has the biggest leadership rebel group fighting against the government – met for the first time in two years last week. The civil war …

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The Zimbabwean parties hope that the message of peace will be based on electoral power

Harare – Zimbabwe's political parties have pledged to hold peaceful campaigns ahead of the July presidential election to stop the violence that nullified previous polls just days after the explosion of President Emmerson Mnangagwa Mnangagwa A de facto coup Robert Mugabe, in November, hopes that international observers watching the election results for the first time since 2002 will recognize the …

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Bangladeshi peace soldier killed in attack in South Sudan

Bangladesh is one of the largest troop members of UN peacekeeping operations MONUSCO / ABEL KAVANAGH The peacekeeper was shot dead while escorting a relief convoy On Tuesday, a stranger from Bangladesh was killed In 2013, South Sudan broke in Violence erupted when President Salva Kiir broke with his then deputy Riek Machar, resulting in violent clashes between government forces …

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Taliban refuses to extend the ceasefire agreement despite the demands of peace activists and Afghan elders

The Afghan Taliban refused to extend the June ceasefire despite the fears of Afghan elders and peace activists, Reuters reported Monday. The Afghan government declared a ceasefire for the three-day Eid al-Fitr festival Civilians interacted with Taliban insurgents in Kabul without orders. After the end of the three-day truce, the Taliban continued to fight and called on activists not to …

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Kushner casts doubt on Palestinian leader's commitment to peace deal

In the interview with al-Quds newspaper, the White House senior adviser said that he had no reason to believe in the past 25 years. " "President Abbas says he is committed to peace and has no reason to believe him," Kushner said. "More importantly, President Trump Abbas has the ability to, or is willing to, make a deal in the …

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Jared Kushner's Middle East peace plan could fail

It may be that he works on the idea that it's always better to try and fail than not to try. But that is also misguided. The only thing worse than not pushing the peace process is to raise hopes and expectations, soon to disappoint them. We have seen how this momentum in the past has played out at many …

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"No peace, no sleep" Public Shaming applauds for Trump Cabinet Members

Rep. Maxine Waters said members of the Donald Trump government should expect continued harassment in restaurants and in the public eye as they continue to defend their "zero-tolerance" migration, which has separated and detained thousands of migrant children from their parents. The California Democrat spoke at a rally in Los Angeles on Saturday and later on MSNBC about how the …

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