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On Friday, the South Sudanese government impounded 12 U.N. trucks allegedly carrying guns and land mines across the country.
The postponement indicates an increasing political divide over Ukraine between the United States and Russia.
After the failed Geneva II peace talks, Ahmed Jarba said on Sunday that “there is no place for diplomacy or political solutions” to end the Syrian war.
“It’s gut-wrenching,” Lanza said. “A victim’s family member told me that they forgave Adam after we spent three hours talking. I didn’t even know how to respond. A person that lost their son, their only son.”
The story behind how each party picked its colors is subject to much debate. But some believe that the 2000 election played a big role.