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Geneva peace talks on Syria to restart amid clashes in Damascus suburb
A new round of negotiations between representatives from the Damascus government and a delegation of foreign-sponsored opposition leaders aimed at ending Syria's conflict is set to resume in Switzerland later this week with the United Nations' Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura not in attendance.
We are ready to discuss anything for peace in Syria: President Assad
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has reiterated his government’s determination to resolve the crisis in the country through combating terrorism and allowing a political process to flourish.
Iran rings in new year with peace message
Iran has ushered in the new Persian year of 1376, with President Hassan Rouhani underlining the need for interaction and peace in his message to the leaders of 11 countries.
S Arabia offers no contribution to restoration of regional peace, stability
Iranian foreign ministry spokesperson accused Saudi Arabia of raising instability and insecurity in the region, helping terrorist groups in Syria and waging war in Yemen during the past recent years.
Terrorists’ presence at peace talks ‘perilous’
Syrian Ambassador to Tehran, stressing that only the Syrian nation has the right to decide for the future of Syria, said the presence of terrorists at the negotiating table is dangerous for peace process in his country.
Iran's FM spokesman: Iranian art ambassadors carry message of peace, pride
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman commended the prominent Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi and the cast and crew of his film 'The Salesman' for winning the 2017 Academy Award for the Best Foreign Language Film.
More rounds of Syria peace talks required before any deal: UN
UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura has told all parties present at the Syria peace talks being held in Geneva that several more rounds of negotiations would be needed before any manner of accord is reached.
No peace with Myanmar governmant in sight, powerful rebel group warns
The head of Myanmar's most powerful ethnic rebel group has threatened to derail the government's wobbling push for peace as fierce fighting in the country's restive borderlands has reached a critical point.
Germany: Israeli settlements could end prospect for peace
Germany's foreign minister on Thursday warned that building more Israeli settlements in the Palestinian territories could end the prospect of a two-state solution and fuel conflict in the region.
Iran for regional talks in way of stability,peace
Parliament Director General for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Tehran, Cairo, Ankara and Riyadh can play an important role in collective cooperation to help stabilize the region.
Duterte ends peace talks with Philippine communist rebels
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has scraped peace talks with communist rebels some five months after both sides agreed on negotiations to end almost fifty years of deadly conflict.
Cyprus rival leaders ask UN to hold peace summit next month
The rival leaders of ethnically-split Cyprus has called on the United Nations to hold a follow-up peace summit early next month, after last month's negotiations were suspended over vast differences between the two sides, the world body says.
Colombia FARC rebels start demobilization process
Colombian FARC rebels gathered in demobilization zones to start a historic disarmament process to end Latin America's last major armed conflict, authorities said.
Iran wants stability, peace in Afghanistan: Zarif
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Islamic Republic is do its best to help establish peace and stability in neighboring Afghanistan.
Iran’s MP calls for four-nation peace alliance
Chairman of the Iranian Parliament's Committee for Foreign Policy and National Security Alaeddin Boroujerdi said Iran, Pakistan, Russia and China should cooperate for peace and stability in the region.

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