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Northern Ireland leaders pay tribute Political correspondent Martina Purdy looks at Nelson Mandela's legacy for Northern Ireland Northern Ireland's political leaders have been paying tribute to Nelson Mandela who has died at the age of 95.
There is a backlash against women's agency in Northern Ireland in a number of different ways, all of which impact on the ability of women to participate fully in initiatives intended to deal with the legacy of the past and support the transition out
Four Nigerian peacekeepers were killed and eight others were injured in the ambush by unidentified assailants. AFP In Summary South Sudan denied the allegations, saying it was ready to contribute towards a peaceful resolution of Darfur conflict and
The Daily Star A new era in Turkey was seemingly born last spring when the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) declared a cease-fire and began withdrawing its guerillas from the country's borders. The Turkish government had made it publicly known
28 editor Since Burma or Myanmar's ethnic armed groups meet to discuss a nationwide ceasefire proposal, the encouragement of political dialogue to deal with the causes of long-drawn-out conflict is stumbled on a crucial stage. This is an
Prior to and during general election campaign in 2013, the TTP militants stepped up attacks against pro-US and anti-Taliban liberal political parties and spared the conservative parties like PML-N, PTI, JUI and JI that were soft towards the Taliban
It's the annual anniversary of Yitzchak Rabin's death transformed into a tawdry spirit rally for the even more tawdry remnants of Israel's left. The assassination of the former Israeli PM has become the Camelot of the left with Rabin as an unlikely
Asia, has criticized Burma's decision to throw 10 rights activists in prison. The activists were protesting against the Shwe Gas Project in Arakan State. The Chinese-backed Shwe Gas Project is one of Burma's largest extractive industry sites,
The presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan plan to meet later this year in an attempt to kick-start the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process, international mediators said after organizing fresh talks between the foreign ministers of the two nations on Friday.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai today pitched for a joint campaign against extremism with Pakistan and sought its cooperation to jumpstart the peace process with the Taliban in his war-torn country. Karzai, who arrived here on a day-long visit, made