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Syrian government forces retake strategic border crossing as opposition surrender southwestern Daraa province
This is the final chapter in the gradual demise of ETA, which was formed in Madrid in 1959 by students angry at the repressive dictatorship of General Francisco Franco
Critics say Syrian troops appear to be attempting to eliminate opposition resistance in Ghouta before the truce can be enforced
The commander of Colombia's Marxist ELN rebels has ordered his fighters to lay down their arms this weekend.
With no let-up in the shelling along eastern Ukraine's ceasefire line, four people die when a shell lands in the courtyard of their house.
In Syria warplanes have bombed rebel-held towns east of Damascus, striking residential areas where less than 24 hours earlier Russia declared a ceasefire.
Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine agreed on Saturday to use their influence to implement a ceasefire and the withdrawal of heavy weapons from Monday in eastern Ukraine.
The United Nations says a nationwide ceasefire in Syria is largely holding, but there are some exceptions.
With violence persisting in some parts of Syria, rebel groups are threatening to declare the latest ceasefire “null and void” unless attacks stop.