Adam Mynott in Kenya, on the status of talks between the country's government and the opposition; the two sides have so far failed to reach a power-sharing agreement that would settle a dispute over elections back in December
The West Bank city of Hebron is home to hardcore Jewish settlers and radicalized Palestinian groups, but last week, there was a rare meeting in Hebron between the two sides, and by all accounts, the meeting was friendly
The World's Matthew Bell has the latest on negotiations between Kenya's two main political rivals; Former UN chief Kofi Annan is mediating the talks, aimed at ending weeks of post-election violence in Kenya
The World's Clark Boyd reports on ï¿½I have no tribe.com,ï¿½ a website run by a Kenyan living in the United States; its founder said he started it to promote peace among members of Kenya's various ethnic groups.
Parks and natural areas can be an important part of international diplomacy and peace building between countries in conflict. That's according to University of Vermont professor Saleem Ali who edited the new book "Peace Parks: Conservation and Conflict Resolution." Dr. Ali talked with host Bruce Gellerman.
Kabul businesswoman Hassina Syed thinks talks with the Taliban are critical for the Afghan economy. She heads The Syed Group. Syed tells anchor Marco Werman that as US military forces leave her country, she's already lost the majority of her business.
Hopes that US and Taliban officials might begin peace talks Thursday came to nothing, following a diplomatic breakdown between Washington and Kabul over the nature of the Taliban's new office in Doha, Qatar.
After serving in World War II, Garry Davis dedicated his life to trying to establish a world government to bring an end to war. Anchor Carol Hills speaks with Davis's long-time friend and colleague, David Gallup.
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