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China loosens foreign auto rules in potential peace offer to Trump

The immediate big winner of the decision would be Tesla, who had already negotiated for a site in the Shanghai region to build cars, but was reluctant to accept a joint venture partner. Simply entering the Chinese market would mean that Tesla could better control its technology and withhold all profits. However, this means that Tesla would also have to …

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Minneapolis peace groups speak out against bombing Syria

Meredith Aby, of the anti-war committee speaks against the attack on Syria on April 14th press conference. (19659003) Minneapolis, Minnesota – The Minnesota Peace Action Coalition (MPAC) held a press conference on the afternoon of April 14 to speak out against the US bombing of Syria the night before. The News The conference also announced plans for a Minneapolis protest …

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From some war to uncertain peace: Northern Ireland's Good Friday Agreement will be 20 years old

(The Conversation is an independent and not-for-profit source for news, analysis and commentary by academic experts.) John W. Mackey, Boston University (THE CONVERSATION) In 1988, one of the most divisive Protestant Northern Ireland Politicians stood up and called Pope John Paul II, who spoke to the European Parliament: "I denounce you as Antichrist!" Perhaps nothing could have more clearly symbolized …

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Colombia is serving ex-rebel on drugstore of USA in strike to peace

BOGOTA, Colombia – The Colombian peace process was shaken by the surprise arrest of a former top leader of the disbanded FARC rebel army on charges of smuggling several tons of cocaine into the US The arrest of Der Montag Seuxis Hernández, a blind ex-peacemaker best known by his pseudonym Jesus Santrich, blamed many Colombians for not believing that the …

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In the fight against peace, Colombia columbles ex-rebel on US drug warrant

By Associated Press By Associated Press 9. April at 9:55 am BOGOTA, COLOMBIA – The Colombian authorities arrested a former rebel negotiator for the US The drug, which on Monday struck heavily at the country's attempts, left half a century of political violence behind to let oneself. Seoul's Hernandez, a blind rebel ideologue best known for his pseudonym Jesús Santrich, …

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In the fight against peace, Colombia columbles ex-rebel on US drug warrant

FILE – In this file photo from March 11, 2013, Jesus Santrich, member of Colombia's Colombian Armed Forces Negotiating Team (FARC), talks to journalists about the continuation of peace talks with the Colombian government in Havana, Cuba. The former leader of the disbanded rebel army in Colombia was arrested on Monday, April 9, 2018, according to former FARC members and …

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In the fight against peace, Colombia columbles ex-rebel on US drug warrant

The Colombian authorities arrested a former rebel peace negotiator on Monday about a drug-related crime in the US, which dealt a severe blow to the country's already creeping half-century of political violence. Seuxis Hernandez, a blind rebel ideologist, Jesus Santrich, known by his pseudonym Jesus Santrich, was arrested at his home in Bogota because he had teamed with three others …

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Voters need to fight for peace in Ireland, Blair says

LONDON – It was an "extraordinarily intense negotiation", like a seesaw, in which the "stakes for failure are raised hour after hour," said former PM Tony Blair on Monday of the negotiations leading to the important Good Friday Agreement signed on April 10, 1998. "I did not know that we would get an agreement until literally minutes before it happened," …

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Texas Republican made a secret peace trip to Venezuela

After Joshua Goodman | AP After Joshua Goodman | AP 5. April at 6:44 BOGOTA, Colombia – Texas Republican Congressman Pete Sessions quietly visited Venezuela this week and met with President Nicolas Maduro in a peacebuilding mission at the invitation of the Socialist government, which drew some attention in Washington It is unclear what prompted the previously secretive visit of …

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The UN boss urges the belligerent Yemeni parties to a peace agreement

GENEVA (Reuters) – United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged the conflicting parties in Yemen on Tuesday to reach a political solution to end a fourth-year conflict in which 22 million people urgently need help. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres addresses the media during a press conference after the High Level Catering Event for the Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen on April 3, …

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