Tag Archives: Peace

#WorldPoli: Libyan Women Seek Greater Participation in Peace Talks – #WorldPolitics

Libyan women played an influential role in the country’s popular protests that led to the downfall of Moammar Gadhafi’s regime in October 2011. Nine years later, as Libya’s warring parties discuss a road map to end a civil war and hold elections, female activists say the role of women is …

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#WorldPoli: Women in Afghan Security Forces Fear Job Loss Amid Peace Talks – #WorldPolitics

While talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban continue in Doha to find a solution to nearly two decades of conflict, women serving in the Afghan National Defense Security Forces (ANDSF) say they fear losing their jobs if the Taliban return to power. VOA’s Samsama Sirat reports from Kabul. …

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#WorldPoli: Violence Rages in Afghanistan as US Tries to Break Deadlock in Peace Talks – #WorldPolitics

Violence in Afghanistan has surged as the U.S. special envoy is in Doha to break the deadlock over the framework for conducting peace talks. . Source link

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#WorldPoli: Afghan Government Calls on Global Partners to Help With Stalled Peace Talks – #WorldPolitics

The Afghan government has called on its regional and international partners to help with the stalled peace talks with the Taliban in Doha, Qatar. Both sides have yet to agree on rules for conducting peace talks. VOA’s Rahim Gul Sarwan reports from Doha. Source link

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#CanPoli: Government must promote peace in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: NDP – #CDNPoli

ST JOHN’S – There are troubling allegations that Canadian military equipment sold to Turkey is being used by Azerbaijan in drones that are targeting civilians in the latest outbreak of the military conflict in the longstanding dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh. “Since Sunday, Armenia and Azerbaijan have already reported hundreds dead and …

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#WorldPoli: Violence Surges in Afghanistan as Peace Talks Continue in Doha – #WorldPolitics

The Afghan government and the Taliban said Monday they have made some progress in their discussions over the rules for conducting the talks. However, they said both sides still must agree on a few remaining issues before starting the talks. Meanwhile, clashes between government forces and the Taliban have killed …

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#CanPoli: New Democrats call on the government to recommit to peace building – #CDNPoli

A statement by MP Jack Harris, NDP Critic for Foreign Affairs on the International Day of Peace: “Today, on the International Day of Peace we are reminded that all nations have a role to play in creating the conditions where peace can thrive. “Canadians are proud of our country’s rich …

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#WorldPoli: Afghan Rivals Talk Peace as Battlefield Attacks Continue – #WorldPolitics

ISLAMABAD – Warring sides in Afghanistan have accused each other of staging fresh battlefield attacks as their representatives held a second day of historic, U.S.-brokered peace talks Sunday away from home in Qatar. Clashes between Afghan security forces and Taliban insurgents during the past 24 hours reportedly killed scores of …

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#WorldPoli: Myanmar Religious Leaders Call for Peace, Tolerance Amid Increasing Unrest – #WorldPolitics

WASHINGTON – As Myanmar prepares for a general election in November in the face of increasing ethnic and religious tensions, Buddhist, Christian and Muslim religious leaders are calling for a new peace initiative before it is too late. In an appeal letter, nearly 50 religious leaders and faith organizations spoke out Monday about Myanmar’s …

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#WorldPoli: Diplomatic Efforts Under Way to Start Intra-Afghan Peace Talks – #WorldPolitics

U.S. envoy for peace in Afghanistan met with the Taliban in Doha and Pakistani officials in Islamabad this week. He is expected to meet Afghan officials in Kabul to talk about steps to start intra-Afghan negotiations. Meanwhile, Qatar said Wednesday that it is ready to host the talks. VOA’s Rahim …

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