Yemen's warring sides reach Hodeidah ceasefire – Al Jazeera English

  1. Yemen’s warring sides reach Hodeidah ceasefire  Al Jazeera English
  2. Yemen rivals agree to ceasefire around ‘lifeline’ port city of Hodeidah  CNN
  3. U.N. chief joins Yemen peace talks as pressure builds for port deal  Reuters
  4. Yemen: ceasefire agreed for port city of Hodeidah  The Guardian
  5. Punishing the Saudi prince  Washington Times
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It's not over: The US-China trade war is still on despite 90-day tariff ceasefire, experts say – CNBC

  1. It’s not over: The US-China trade war is still on despite 90-day tariff ceasefire, experts say  CNBC
  2. Trump holds major meeting with China at G20  Fox News
  3. Stocks jump after the US and China reach trade truce  CNN
  4. Don’t get too excited: The US-China truce will be short-lived | TheHill  The Hill
  5. Trump Deserves Some Credit for a Truce With China  Bloomberg
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US, China declare trade war ceasefire after Trump-Xi summit – Al Jazeera English

  1. US, China declare trade war ceasefire after Trump-Xi summit  Al Jazeera English
  2. US will hold off on raising China tariffs to 25% as Trump and Xi agree to a 90-day trade truce  CNBC
  3. Trump meets with Xi at bilateral dinner  Fox News
  4. The Observer view on Donald Trump’s growing list of failures  The Guardian
  5. President Trump campaigned as a dealmaker: He can show it with Xi at the G-20 | TheHill  The Hill
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Israel-Gaza ceasefire largely holds after flare-up

  1. Israel-Gaza ceasefire largely holds after flare-up  BBC News
  2. The rocket battle between Israel and Hamas is risking a major war — here’s what the fighting looks like  Business Insider
  3. After cease-fire, Israel captures Gaza assailant on border  News & Observer
  4. How Israel and Hamas ignore the will of Palestinians  Asia Times
  5. A Battle in Gaza Neither Side Wanted Ends Quickly  New York Times
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Turkey reinforces military in Syria's Idlib after ceasefire call fails

Turkey reinforces military in Syria's Idlib after ceasefire call failsPresident Tayyip Erdogan has warned that an assault by the army and its Russian and Iran-backed allies on Idlib, home to around 3 million people, will uproot hundreds of thousands in one of Syria’s last rebel strongholds. Already hosting 3.5 million Syrians – the world’s biggest refugee population – Turkey says it cannot absorb more victims of the war and has accused the West of abandoning it to face the consequences of President Bashar al-Assad’s reconquest of Syria. At a meeting in Tehran on Friday with the presidents of Russia and Iran, seen as the last realistic chance to avert all-out conflict in the insurgent-held region, Erdogan failed to win a pledge of ceasefire from Assad’s two main backers.


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Armed groups agree to keep Tripoli ceasefire: U.N

Armed groups agree to keep Tripoli ceasefire: U.NArmed groups vying for control of the Libyan capital have agreed to set up a mechanism to “consolidate” a recently agreed ceasefire, the United Nations’ Libya mission, UNSMIL, said on Sunday. On Tuesday, the United Nations persuaded various armed groups to halt fighting that had killed dozens in Tripoli, one of the many sites of unrest gripping the oil producer. “Parties agreed today to freeze their forces’ movements, a monitoring & verification mechanism to consolidate the ceasefire + development of a plan to withdraw armed groups from sovereign locations and critical infrastructure in #Tripoli,” UNSMIL tweeted.


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Russia, Turkey, Iran fail to agree on ceasefire for Syria's Idlib

Russia, Turkey, Iran fail to agree on ceasefire for Syria's IdlibTurkey’s Tayyip Erdogan, Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Iran’s Hassan Rouhani, meeting in Tehran for a summit of key foreign players in Syria’s war, agreed in a final statement that there could be no military solution to the conflict and it could only end through a negotiated political process. The Turkish leader said he feared a massacre and Turkey could not accommodate any more refugees flooding over its border.


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