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AU adviser Alex de Waal, who has facilitated negotiations on security issues between Sudan's north and south regions, said the parties agreed on Monday during talks in Ethiopia's capital to form a common, demilitarized zone stretching across the 1,300-mile (2,100-kilometer) north-south border.
In that speech as in the latest one, Netanyahu said that a PA state would be demilitarized, and that Israel would require security arrangements in a peace treaty.
The upper west side of Manhattan is one of those demilitarized zones where you never expect to encounter any of the prejudices still prevalent in all those red states west of the Hudson River.
Whether at home on Governor's Island, in the wilds of Arizona or in the demilitarized zone of South Korea, the transformative process of spaceplacelab holds important lessons for the future.
The reason we were deferred was a one-day visit to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on the border of North and South Korea.
From observing the demilitarized zone of Korea, to viewing the scars of war in Vietnam, to visits to Honduras, Alaska, the Philippines, Iraq, China, India, Tanzania, Venezuela, and Ireland, Restless Tribes is a truly globe-spanning experience that takes in not only the great places but the oridnary lives of the people who call each location home.
The Army study concluded that, based upon its analysis of different commercial/government facility mixes, more ammunition could be demilitarized through greater reliance on existing environmentally friendly processes available at government-owned facilities.
The border between North and South, called the Demilitarized Zone, lies near the 38th parallel.
At the conference Obote had supported the removal of US forces from the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea.
COLOMBIA: The Colombian bishops have supported President Andres Pastrana's decision to end negotiations with the country's largest guerrilla group and send armed forces to retake a demilitarized zone controlled by the rebels.
The demilitarized zone in southern Colombia was extended until Oct.
In return, the Palestinians would have to agree that their state would be entirely demilitarized and that this demilitarization would be supervised and maintained by 30,000 NATO troops, similar to Kosovo's.