Results for: peace+accord

Vladimir Putin meets Petro Poroshenko, EU leaders in Milan

U.N. urges Mali peace accord at Algiers talks

Missile, fire from Egypt wounds 2 Israeli troops

Ukraine-Russia peace hopes rise as gas deal edges closer

Kremlin dismisses EU hopes of Ukraine progress

Noble prize winner Malala Yousafzai renews call for education for all

Ruling party ahead in Mozambique elections

At least seven dead in north Mali clashes

US says Russia blocks expansion of Ukraine border checkpoints

East African leaders in South Sudan to push for peace

Indian and Pakistani troops trade border fire

UN chief asks DR Congo to take back rights envoy

Jewish settlers take over 10 E. Jerusalem homes

Amid regional turmoil, Israel looks to its firm bond with Jordan

Pakistan air strikes kill 28 militants

Sudan could be arming S. Sudan rebels, says report

Ukrainian, Russian leaders sound optimistic note

Kenny G doesn't support Hong Kong protesters

Dem push for health law rooted in demographics

Ebola neglected because it started in Africa: ex-UN head Annan

China does not rule out Tibet visit by U.N. rights chief

Renamo rejects Mozambique vote results but leader vows 'no more war'

Hong Kong police battle for Mong Kok roads as protesters return

Ugandan rebels spread fear with DR Congo massacres

East of Kobani, Turkish town appreciates 'peace' brought by Islamic State

Multiple arrests as Hong Kong protesters retake protest camp

Gaddafi cousin hopes to participate in Libyan peace talks

Eritrean asylum seekers find refuge in famous Swiss monastery

War heroes and activists to shape new-look Ukraine parliament

War heroes and activists to shape new-look Ukraine parliament

Putin keeps Merkel waiting in Milan

Botswana readies for crunch vote

Multiple arrests as Hong Kong demonstrators retake protest camp

Nigeria claims deal with Boko Haram on ceasefire, kidnapped girls

Hearing set in Nevada dog torture, killing case

S. Korea: 2 Koreas exchange gunfire along border

U.N. rights boss urges Venezuela to free opposition leader

Ex-US POWs visit Japan, recall horrors of war

Olympian Jim Thorpe's remains should not be moved: U.S. court

Hong Kong Protesters Draw Attacks From China and Support at Home

In Libya's Benghazi, mood of resignation over war

Hong Kong police charge leaves protesters injured

Once respected, Hong Kong police now reviled by protesters

Rolls-Royce sales to drop on Russia sanctions, economic woes

In Afghan north, Taliban gains ground and courts local support

In Afghan north, Taliban gains ground and courts local support

Palestinian kills baby at Jerusalem station

Kerry says Kurd aid isn't policy shift as Turkey eases curbs