Ceasefire

A ceasefire (or truce) is a temporary stoppage of a war in which each side agrees with the other to suspend aggressive actions. Ceasefires may be declared as part of a formal treaty, but they have also been called as part of an informal understanding between opposing forces. An armistice is a formal agreement to end fighting.

Other articles related to "ceasefire, ceasefires":

Secretariat For Coordinating The Peace Process - SCOPP Units - Ceasefire Agreement (CFA) Affairs
... reports based on the SLMM monthly statistics on ceasefire violations Coordinates with relevant ministries on ceasefire related issues Coordinates with civil society groups on matters relating ...
Ceasefire - Historical Examples - Spanish Government – ETA
... ETA has declared several ceasefires during its long running campaign against the Spanish state ... A ceasefire declared in March 2006, was broken on December 30, 2006, when a car bomb exploded in Madrid killing two people ... On 5 September 2010 ETA declared a ceasefire ...
Ceasefire (disambiguation)
... A ceasefire is a temporary stoppage during a war or other armed conflict ... Ceasefire may also refer to Ceasefire Canada, an organization established to persuade Canadian politicians to oppose the War in Afghanistan and to promote peace "Cease Fire ...
Lašva Valley Ethnic Cleansing - Ethnic Cleansing - Ceasefire
... Zagreb, between President Izetbegović and Mate Boban, an agreement for an immediate ceasefire was reached ...
Lusaka Ceasefire Agreement
... The Lusaka Ceasefire Agreement attempted to end the Second Congo War through a ceasefire, release of prisoners of war, and the deployment of an international peacekeeping force under the auspices of the ...