The tsunami drew attention to a corner of the world many people had never heard of. Aceh, a province in northern Indonesia. A place already suffering from three decades of civil war. Today, there's progress toward settling that conflict. Indonesia's President has offered separatist rebels amnesty, and greater autonomy. In exchange, he wants a ceasefire. The olive branch comes on the eve of peace talks this weekend. We've heard reports in the past month about rebels and the government cooperating in relief efforts. But as Marketplace's Jocelyn Ford reports, fighting continues for control of the area's natural resources and wealth.