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By virtue of that agreement, Syria withdrew its forces from most of the territories it controlled west of the international border, which became demilitarised zones.
The court Monday urged the two countries to continue to work with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to come to an agreement to allow observers representing the 10-nation bloc to have access to the provisional demilitarised zone around the temple.
South Sudan has agreed to an AU map of the demilitarised zone but Khartoum has not.
5 miles south of the Demilitarised Zone, before boarding the train.
If the Cypriot state is demilitarised then it is the British bases as well as Turkey that will fully and exclusively enjoy the geopolitical benefits offered by the geostrategic location of Cyprus.
With a demilitarised state the obligations as well as the benefits are exclusively handed over to the British bases, as well as to Turkey.
April 23, 2013 (JUBA) -- South Sudan president, Salva Kiir has urged international forces tasked with patrolling its demilitarised border zone with Sudan to be transparent when reporting whatever occurs in the area.
Above: Kuwaiti bedouins perform a traditional war dance called 'Al Ardaa' in the demilitarised zone on the border with Iraq.
YUGOSLAVIA moved troops into a tinderbox demilitarised zone on the Croatian border yesterday raising fears of more conflict.
The Wales Green Party decided at a meeting last weekend to 'challenge the Welsh Assembly Government and the Welsh people' with the idea of turning Wales into a completely demilitarised zone.
US-LED forces walked into the demilitarised zone on the Iraq-Kuwait border today, Kuwaiti security sources said.
September 26, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan and South Sudan security officials agreed on Thursday to expel rebel groups from the demilitarised zone on the border between the two countries as part of their efforts to normalise relations and open crossing points.