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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
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Military plans reflect Afghanistan uncertainty (29.01.2014)
American and NATO military planners, facing continued political uncertainty about whether foreign troops will remain in Afghanistan after December, have drawn up plans to deploy a force this summer that is tailored to assume a training mission in 2015 but is also small enough to withdraw if no deal...
US considers options for troops in Afghanistan (22.01.2014)
U.S. military leaders have proposed two options for Afghanistan after 2014 - leave 10,000 American troops there when the combat mission is over, or pull all of them out.
Poland to speed up troop withdrawal from Afghanistan (15.01.2014)
Poland is to speed up the withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan, reducing its contingent there to about 500 soldiers by May 2014, Polish Defense Minister Tomasz Siemoniak said on Wednesday.
Optimism at security transition in Afghan southeast (07.01.2014)
In Zabul, a southeastern province bordering on Pakistan, officials say the handover from international to Afghan forces is working out well.
The head of a review board in Afghanistan says Kabul will release 88 prisoners as planned, even though the United States considers them dangerous. … U.S. senators in Afghanistan last week pressed Karzai to stop the release, warning it would irreparably damage relations.
Afghan general warns over delay in signing US pact (22.12.2013)
A top Afghan general has said his country may be dangerously exposed if a security pact with the US on its military withdrawal is not signed soon. Washington insists on a 31 December deadline for President Hamid Karzai to sign the pact, which sets the terms for US troops to stay on past 2014.
An Afghan Army commander stationed in the deadliest corner of Helmand Province brokered a cease-fire and turf-sharing deal with local Taliban insurgents there, according to government and police officials, in an example of the sort of ground-level bargaining that some see as increasingly likely...