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Perhaps more suited to a leisurely afternoon out with your escort is the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden located just a few minutes from the downtown area. Situated on a 66-acre parcel of land along White Rock Lake's southeastern shore, it is an absolutely beautiful nature lover's delight with exquisite displays of flowers, trees, ornamental shrubs, and so much more. Even if you and your date aren't particularly into flora, there are festivals, concerts, and art shows that will surely catch your interest. You could also explore the miles of hiking and biking trails, go fishing or sailing, or check out the abundant bird and wildlife.

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For something a bit more artistic in focus, you might try visiting the Dallas Museum of Art. One of the longest-standing city institutions, it is also one of the largest museums in the country. More than 24,000 works of art are on display here, in a collection that includes pieces from all over the United States and from around the world.

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DATU PIANG, 24 November 2010 (IRIN) - Negotiations between the Philippines government and the main Muslim separatist group appear in danger of collapsing barely five months after President Benigno Aquino vowed renewed peace efforts. Up to 4,000 troops have now been deployed in and around Maguindanao, a province of the southern island of Mindanao where the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) maintains rebel fronts that could launch attacks at any time, the military says. The 12,000-strong MILF has been fighting for an independent Islamic state in the southern Philippines, a predominantly Catholic country, for decades. The rebellion has left more than 150,000 dead over the years and delayed development on the mineral-rich island. Peace talks brokered by Malaysia over the past seven years have been frequently dogged by violence, notably in 2008, after the Supreme Court declared as unconstitutional a proposed government deal that would have given the MILF control over areas claimed as "ancestral domain". More than 750,000 people were displaced and some 400 died in the violence. Both sides subsequently agreed to resume negotiations, and Aquino, who took office on 30 June, said among his top priorities was achieving a peace deal with the MILF before his six-year term ended in 2016. Renewed talks were due this month, but the MILF accused the government of insincerity after it arrested Eduard Guerra, a member of its central command, in September just as both sides were preparing to resume negotiations. The rebels also warned they would not restart talks if Manila did not retain Malaysian facilitator Othman Razak, whom the government wanted to replace, allegedly because he was biased in favour of the rebels. In addition, the rebels demanded the government retract a statement by its defence department blaming them for an October bus bombing that left nine people dead, despite police saying it could have been done by an extortion gang. "These moves on the government part tend to undermine the MILF and the peace process," MILF spokesman Von al Haq told IRIN. "We deny any involvement in the attack, we demand that Mr Guerra be released and we ask that they agree to have Mr Othman retained as a peace facilitator." MILF forces continue to respect a truce signed by both sides and would remain on the defensive, although any offensive on the part of the military would be met with heavy retaliation, he said. Crucial role Jesus Dureza, a former chief peace adviser to the government and an expert on Mindanao issues, said the government had erred in publicly airing dissatisfaction with Othman - particularly since his role had been crucial in previous talks. "The issue on the replacement of the Malaysian facilitator could have been handled better. Matters like these should have been discussed behind closed doors without embarrassing or putting on the spot persons or institutions involved. Let us not forget that the Malaysians are in this because they have been invited to come in and help." And while the Malaysian government has yet to make a statement regarding Othman, Manila's negotiator with the MILF, Marvic Leonen, said the government's concerns were valid and should be acted upon by the Malaysian authorities. "We trust Malaysia will seriously consider our legitimate concerns," he said in a statement. Leonen accused Othman of attacking the Philippine government by complaining about his replacement to the media, creating "distrust and recriminations" between Manila and the MILF. "Othman is not indispensable for peace to happen in Mindanao," he said. Meanwhile, the police and military establishment continue to maintain they would not release Guerra, nor make any apologies for previous statements blaming the MILF for the October bomb attacks. The standoff could derail a three-year programme to bring basic infrastructure, health services and jobs to areas wracked by conflict that was announced during a "peace summit" in the southern city of Cotabato in September. The success of the project hinges on the truce holding, making it easier for humanitarian workers to access many remote communities. Theme (s): Refugees/IDPs, Security, [This report does not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations]

In Myanmar, protests in support of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi were held in Yangon and Monywa regions. The protests come as the State Counsellor prepares to represent Myanmar in a case brought by Gambia before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for violation of the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. Notably, the case has led several ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) to announce they either support the government in defending the country against the charges or that they support the efforts to bring the case to the ICJ (Irrawaddy, 2 December 2019).

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A showdown is looming among rebels in the southern Philippines as insurgents factionalize and splinter amid infighting over government sponsored peace talks, threatening the fragile ceasefire and forcing an unlikely alliance between the military and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).

Authorities are also contending with militants who have regrouped under another banner called Awliyah, led by a commander identified as Hatib Zacaria. Zacaria led an attack on government troops guarding a school construction site that is being funded by the United States.

Kato initially gained international prominence in 2008, when a court in Manila overruled a peace deal struck between the MILF and the government of then-President Gloria Arroyo that gave the rebels an ancestral domain in central Mindanao. That legal decision resulted in widespread attacks across the south, leaving 300 people dead and 600,000 people homeless. Four decades of civil war have killed 120,000 people, displaced another two million and ensured the resource rich Muslim south remains the poorest of the poor in the Philippines.

The MILF remains such a potent foe - far more powerful than the high-profile, renegade Abu Sayyaf guerrillas currently holding hostages on Basilan, just to the south of Mindanao - that President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's government is returning to the negotiating table. The talks begin tomorrow in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, in another attempt to resolve an armed insurgency that has cost an estimated 120,000 lives over the past 30 years.

In 1996, the government of the Philippines signed a peace accord with the separatist Moro National Liberation Front; both the MILF and the Abu Sayyaf are considered splinter groups of the MNLF. Today, while the military has said the MILF has aided the Abu Sayyaf, the MILF maintains that it condemns the smaller organization, suggesting that the bandit group's brutal tactics are the desperate acts of a community driven to desperation by long years of government oppression. 041b061a72


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