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UK minister to visit Iran to call for 'urgent de-escalation'
A British Foreign Office minister is to visit Iran today and call for “urgent de-escalation in the region,” amid heightening tensions between Tehran and Washington after an American drone was shot down by Iran.
Qatar urges de-escalation in US-Iran row
Qatar and other countries have been talking to both Iran and the United States about de-escalation, Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said on Sunday, urging both sides to meet and find a compromise.
Russia sticking to Syria de-escalation agreements
Russian authorities have rejected media reports about Moscow’s alleged withdrawal from agreements to maintain de-escalation zones in Syria.
Iran, Russia, Turkey agree on new de-escalation zone in Syria
Russia, Iran and Turkey agreed to deploy observers on the edge of a de-escalation zone in northern Syria’s Idlib region, which is largely controlled by militants, Turkey’s Foreign Ministry said on Friday.
Russia may deploy troops to police Syria’s de-escalation zones
Russia has announced that it may deploy troops to de-escalation zones in Syria after agreement from Turkey and Iran.
Syria says no to UN monitors for de-escalation zones
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem says Damascus does not agree to any role for the United Nations or other “international forces” to monitor the implementation of a deal on four de-escalation zones in the war-torn Arab country.
Relative calm in Syrian de-escalation zones after deal implemented
Relative calm prevailed Saturday in wide parts of war-ravaged Syria despite sporadic violations and clashes after a deal to set up "de-escalation zones" in mostly militant-held areas went into effect, government media outlets and opposition said.
EU urges de-escalation of tension in Venezuela as more people die in protests
The European Union has called on the Venezuelan government and opposition to do more to establish peace in the country as violent protests for and against President Nicolas Maduro claims more lives.

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