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EUPOL Afghanistan

EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
Beginn: 06/07

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Beginn: 03/02

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Australia withdraws last combat troops from Afghanistan (16.12.2013)

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced the withdrawal Monday. He said Uruzgan province in southern Afghanistan, where Australian forces have been training Afghan soldiers and police, is now a "very significantly" different place.

Hamid Karzai : “The United States behaves in Afghanistan like a colonial power” (10.12.2013)

In a interview with Le Monde, afghan president, Hamid Karzai, blames the United States for acting like a "colonial power" in the way it "pressures" Kabul to sign a security agreement. This accord is meant to provide military assistance to Afghanistan after 2014. M. Karzai says he is not ready to...

Increase in Taliban efforts to recruit from Afghan government and security forces (10.12.2013)

Why is the Taliban successfully recruiting new members from the Afghan government and armed forces? According Jami Forbes and Brian Dudley, the group has developed a media-savvy PR campaign that offers, among other things, amnesty to all new recruits.

NATO cites urgency in reaching pact between U.S. and Afghanistan (04.12.2013)

International officials signaled new urgency on Wednesday for the United States and Afghanistan to reach an agreement on a long-term security deal, but officials suggested that there had been little movement on either side of the deadlock.

NATO says Karzai failure to sign pact would end Afghan mission (02.12.2013)

NATO would have to pull all its troops out of Afghanistan by the end of 2014 if Afghan President Hamid Karzai does not sign a security pact with the United States, alliance chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen said on Monday. … "In that case, we don't have a proper legal framework in place and it will not...

Idea of poll delay discussed in Afghan parliament (02.12.2013)

The upper house of the Afghan parliament has discussed the possibility of delaying April's presidential election because of extreme winter weather in parts of the country.