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Iran, Indonesia stress joint coop. for establishing peace
Iran and Indonesia, as two major Muslim countries, have called for joint cooperation to establish peace and security across West Asia region.
Next round of Syria peace talks set for Sept. 14-15 in Astana
The next round of negotiations between representatives from the Syrian government and foreign-sponsored armed opposition besides delegates from Iran, Russia, and Turkey as mediators will take place between September 14 and 15 in Kazakhstan.
‘Not afraid,’ proclaim thousands at defiant Barcelona anti-terror march (video)
Spain's King Felipe VI joined thousands of people in a defiant march against terror through Barcelona on Saturday following last week's deadly vehicle rampages.
North Korea delays Guam strike plan amid global calls for peace
Amid global calls for calm, North Korea’s leader has decided to halt a plan to launch missiles towards the US Pacific territory of Guam, warning, however, that his country will stay fire-ready while keeping a close eye on Washington’s actions.
Geneva hosting new round of Syria peace talks
Delegates have gathered in the Swiss city of Geneva for a fresh round of talks aimed at ending the conflict in Syria.
Education, a building block for sustainable peace
Millions lack access to quality education around the world — but how can the international community change this?
'Real progress' made in talks to resolve Cyprus conflict: UN
Peace talks aimed at resolving the decades-old Cyprus conflict have made "real progress", the UN's political affairs chief Jeffrey Feltman said, as the island's rival leaders resumed negotiations on Thursday.
South Korea invites North to participate in 2018 Winter Olympics to boost peace
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has invited North Korea, his country's archenemy, to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, saying sports can serve as a peace maker and the invitation is thus aimed at easing incessant tensions between the two neighbors over Pyongyang's missile and nuclear programs.
Taliban say US must quit Afghanistan for peace
The Taliban terrorist group warned on Friday against sending more Western troops to Afghanistan, while pledging that it sought only independence and rejecting concerns it would harbor foreign militants.
Netanyahu’s remarks show Israel ‘not ready’ for peace
The Palestinian Authority has censured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent vow to maintain military control over all of the West Bank, saying the remarks show the regime is not prepared for the resolution of the decades-long conflict with Palestinians.
Kabul hosts multi-nation peace confab amid tight security
Afghanistan’s government is holding a multi-nation peace conference in the capital, Kabul, which remains on lockdown in the wake of a fatal Daesh bombing last week.
Rouhani urges peace, moderation as Ramadan starts
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani wrote to the leaders of Muslim countries on the occasion of the start of the holy month of Ramadan, calling on them to follow the path of peace and moderation to counter Islamophobia.
‘Beautiful military equipment’ can’t buy Middle East peace
As President Trump was being feted in the palaces of the Saudi royal family after concluding a historic arms deal, Iranians were celebrating the outcome of a hard-fought election. The vote manifested the determination of Iran’s electorate to continue on the path of moderation and constructive engagement based on mutual respect that brought the world the nuclear deal in 2015.
Syria peace talks kick off in Geneva
The sixth round of Syrian peace talks began under the auspices of the United Nations in the Swiss city of Geneva on Tuesday as part of efforts to facilitate a political resolution of the deadly conflict in the Arab country.

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