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South Sudan rivals meet in bid to salvage stalled peace deal

​South Sudan's warring parties will hold talks in Addis Ababa on Thursday, in a bid to salvage a stalled peace deal

Pope to visit Myanmar as anti-Rohingya hatred seethes

The November visit comes as unprecedented numbers of Rohingya flee into neighbouring Bangladesh because of increasing communal violence.

South Sudan peace talks stalled amid worsening crisis

Peace talks aimed at ending over three months of civil war in South Sudan have been paused until the end of April, say rebels.

Mediator to meet Syria sides separately to demand peace

Mediator Lakhdar Brahimi will meet representatives of the warring sides in Syria separately for the first few days to increase pressure on them.

Syrian talks end with no sign of peace

The first round of peace talks has ended with no progess made on ending the civil war or commitment from the govt to return to the negotiating table.

Blunders and stubborness hobble Syria talks

Syria: The long road to finding peace after years of war.

DRC peace talks with M23 suspended again

Peace talks between the government of the DRC and M23 rebels were suspended again even after the UN pressed for progress in the troubled negotiations.

India and Pakistan restart peace process

India and Pakistan have held talks on peace and security issues, part of efforts to stabilise the region as the US begins its exit from Afghanistan.

Progress before recognition, Mubarak tells Israel

Amending a proposed Arab peace initiative to win Israeli support for the plan is not a viable option, said Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak.

Dare we say ‘deal’?

There is still some jostling over Mugabe's political future between Zanu-PF hawks and doves, as the document remains unsigned.

The business of compromise

Mugabe is a bad man. Make no mistake. But who is to say that FW de Klerk or PW Botha or any of their Cabinet ministers were saints?

Bob still holds some cards

Mugabe's friends in Africa have dwindled in the wake of the violent presidential election run-off, while industrial confidence and capacity suffer.

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