· Myanmar’s Meaningless Unilateral Ceasefires →
The first unilateral ceasefire was announced by Tatmadaw on December 21, 2018.
· 14 Afghan security force members killed in attack claimed by Taliban →
KABUL, May 29 — Taliban fighters stormed an Afghan border post today, killing at least 14 security force members, the insurgents and officials said, the latest in a series of attacks since the end of a brief ceasefire.
· Afghan forces killed as gov't urges Taliban to extend ceasefire →
At least 14 members of the Afghan army have been killed in a Taliban attack as the Afghan government said the Eid ceasefire was not over yet.
· More than 50m people are affected by conflict in urban areas. For them, coronavirus is just another burden to bear →
In March, the secretary-general of the United Nations called for an immediate, global ceasefire so aid workers could reach people in areas affected by conflict.
· COVID 19 and Latin America: Three months on, the struggle continues →
ELN (National Liberation Army), a rebel group in Colombia which had declared a unilateral ceasefire for April due to the coronavirus pandemic did not extend it.
· 14 Afghan forces killed in 'Taliban attacks' after ceasefire ends →
Fourteen members of the Afghan security forces were killed in two separate attacks Thursday in the first deadly assaults officials have blamed on the Taliban since the end of a three-day ceasefire.
· Afghan security forces killed in first ‘Taliban attack’ since end of ceasefire →
Seven members of the Afghan security forces were killed Thursday in an attack officials blamed on the Taliban, the first deadly assault since the end of a three-day ceasefire.
· Afghan forces killed in attack blamed on Taliban →
At least 14 members of the Afghan security forces have been killed in an attack officials blame on the Taliban, the first deadly assault since a three-day ceasefire ended at midnight on Tuesday.
· Afghan forces killed in first 'Taliban attack' since ceasefire end: officials →
Seven members of the Afghan security forces were killed Thursday in an attack officials blamed on the Taliban, the first deadly assault since a three-day ceasefire ended.
· Yemen: Saudi-led coalition says downed Houthi drone over Najran →
There was no immediate comment from the Houthi group about the attack, which comes after the expiry of a one-month ceasefire announced by the coalition on April 24 - an extension of a two-week truce prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.