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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
International Security Assistance Force (UN-Mandatiert)
US and NATO forces are expected to withdraw from Afghanistan by 2014, yet the logistics of removing military hardware from the country remain unresolved.
Hundreds of Afghan troops dismissed in insider attacks crackdown (05.09.2012)
Afghanistan's defence ministry says it has detained or removed hundreds of soldiers from its military's ranks as part of an investigation into their backgrounds, after a surge in insider attacks against foreign forces.
UNOPS to take over as UNAMA shuts its Uruzgan office (03.09.2012)
The United Nations agencies may take over operations in Uruzgan as United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) is closing down its provincial office. … The reorganization process is conducted because of limitation of budgetary resources.
NATO suspends training of some Afghan forces (02.09.2012)
NATO officials say they are temporarily halting training for local police and special operations forces in Afghanistan in an attempt to stop insider attacks on foreign troops.
Afghan president moves to replace security chiefs (29.08.2012)
The president is trying to shore up his shaken security team as his administration struggles to build an army and police force that can fight the Taliban as U.S. and other foreign forces begin to withdraw.
Kabul government hopes vetting of police and army recruits will cut shootings, though it blames foreign spies for many attacks.
The 2012 “Midyear Report on the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict” states that during the first half of the year, conflict-related violence led to 1,145 civilian deaths and 1,954 injuries. While these figures represent a 15 per cent decrease compared to last year, the UN Assistance Mission...