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“Highlighting Mr. Noda's fence-mending spirit, on Saturday the DPJ appointed former chief Cabinet secretary and Ozawa opponent Yoshito Sengoku to the newly created post of deputy chief of the policy affairs committee.”
“Mr. Papandreou's apparent support for Mr. Venizelos would mark an instance of Greek fence-mending.”
“It's an interesting bit of fence-mending for the former Democratic National Committee chairman, whose race for the gubernatorial nomination with Moran last year got pretty nasty.”
“For most OPEC members, common sense dictates that the cartel should at least try to work together, meaning there will be some fence-mending efforts in the coming months.”
“The June address was billed as a fence-mending mission between the United States and Islam, and in it the president urged the Cairo audience and those viewing the speech worldwide to enter a new, productive and peaceful chapter in their relationship.”
“RENEE MONTAGNE, host: Hamid Karzai goes to Washington this week for a long-awaited fence-mending visit with President Obama.”
“A swift resolution, on the other hand, could be seen as the first step toward resolution of simmering tensions between Rio, China and Australia, turning the focus away from the fairness of the charges and toward efforts at diplomatic and commercial fence-mending.”
“While Beijing has lately cooled its angry rhetoric over such issues, a fence-mending visit to Beijing this month by U.S.”
“But getting back on good footing with Bristol was probably a cakewalk compared to the fence-mending Johnston will have to do with his mother-in-law.”
“It was necessary for Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon, who as the recently returned former ambassador to Washington certainly knows much better, to compound the insult on the eve of a fence-mending visit to Turkey by Defense Minister Ehud Barak, by declaring diplomatic war on the rest of the world:”
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