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Appeal comes after no progress is made in 11th round of Russian-sponsored talks in Kazakh capital.
Cypriot officials opened two new border crossings on Monday for the first time in eight years, marking the latest push for peace by the two sides after UN-backed talks collapsed last year
Three months into his tenure as the new president of Colombia, Iván Duque speaks with Euronews' Ana Lazaro Bosch about his vision for the future of his country and an integrated South America.
Euronews speaks to Colombia's incumbent president -Juan Manuel Santos- about how the crucial upcoming elections will impact the country's delicate peace process.
Colombians head to the polls in the first round of presidential elections on Sunday
South Korea has begun dismantling huge loudspeakers used to blare anti-Pyongyang broadcasts and K-pop songs from its border with North Korea.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and South Korean Leader Kim Jong Un held a ceremony on Friday to plant a pine tree on the sidelines of their historic meeting.
The UK's impending Brexit has big implications for the border and the agreement that ended three decades of war.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has offered recognition of the Taliban as a legitimate political group
Russia's foreign minister was heckled at the talks whilst an opposition delegation refused to leave the airport in Sochi.
Delegates have come together in Sochi to discuss peace in Syria but most opposition groups are boycotting the event.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemns Donald Trump's Middle East peace efforts.
The positive picture presented by President Juan Manuel Santos was not shared by the FARC political party which said it felt parts of the 2016 agreement had not been upheld.
As civilian casualties rise, the UN has urged for peace talks in Syria as Russian President Putin says their work in the country is nearly done.
The last major armed rebel group in Colombia, the ELN, is struggling to finalise peace terms with the government ahead of a January ceasefire deadline.
Some 800 FARC fighters remain fully-armed and with illegal mining and cocaine production to support them, pose a threat to the peace deal, while criminals occupy areas vacated by former rebels.
From Hitler to Suu Kyi, here's a look at the Nobel Peace Prize's controversial candidates and winners
With Colombia divided over the FARC peace process Pope Francis walks a fine line with his message of reconciliation.
Pope Francis spoke to crowds gathered in Bogota in support of the peace deal brokered after over half a century of guerilla warfare
With the FARC's 50-year guerilla war seemingly at an end, Pope Francis visits Colombia.
Colombia's former FARC rebel leader Rodrigo Londono marked the evolution of his rebel army into a political party at a concert put on for thousands of supporters in the capital Bogota.
A peace anthem that mashes-up the national anthems of India and Pakistan has become a viral hit
Muslim leaders arrive in Berlin on day two of their 'anti-terror' bus tour of European cities
Russia Iran and Turkey fail to agree a deal on setting up de-escalation zones in Syria
FARC leader 'Timochenko' taken to hospital after suffering stroke. The 59-year-old expected to be able to leave within 48-hours
A momentous day in Colombia as President Juan Manuel Santos shared a stage with FARC leader Rodrigo Londoño “Timochenko” to mark the end of the