The Latin American country is longing for peace and hopes to reach a lasting deal with a group of guerrilla fighters who have gone back to picking up the arms.
In a major breakthrough, the president and his deputy sealed an agreement to unify the command of the security forces, a deal that eases political tensions in the East African country.
Egyptian intelligence officials say a delegation met with Hamas officials and then crossed into Israel by land to broker a ceasefire.
The initiative would include a UN-supervised nationwide ceasefire and reopening of air and sea links blockaded by the Saudi-led coalition, main pre-conditions of the Iran-backed rebels before any peace deal.
UN humanitarian agency says the risk of large-scale famine in the Arab world’s poorest country “has never been more acute."
Azerbaijan’s defence ministry reports an illegal group of Armenian fighters carried out the ambush in Aghdam, adjacent to the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, which also fell to Baku before the November peace deal.
The exchange was facilitated by Russian peacekeepers who have been deployed to Nagorno-Karabakh for five years under the peace deal.
Meanwhile, Turkey said the agreement to end the war over Karabakh will have a positive impact on regional stability.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Cavusoglu says Turkey’s role will be the same as Russia’s in monitoring the latest ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh.
The declaration comes a day after President Ashraf Ghani said he would continue the partial truce at least until talks between Afghan officials and the Taliban kick-off, supposedly on March 10.
The Taliban demand for the release of its prisoners from Afghan jails cannot be a pre-condition to direct talks with the hardline group, Ghani told a news briefing in the capital, Kabul.
Sudanese government and a faction of the Sudan Revolutionary Front known as the “Centre Track" reached the deal in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, where talks began earlier this month.
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