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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
International Security Assistance Force (UN-led)
Karzai signs ban on NATO airstrikes (19.02.2013)
Afghan president Hamid Karzai has signed a decree prohibiting members of the Afghan security forces from requesting NATO airstrikes during operations in residential areas. … General Joseph Dunford, the US commander in Afghanistan, said he believes the American-led NATO coalition can operate...
Afghanistan's government has welcomed President Barack Obama's announcement that the United States will withdraw about half of the 66,000 American troops now in the country over the next year. But Taliban insurgents have rejected the U.S. move as a "tactical" effort and reiterated their fight will...
The New York Times interviewed Gen. John. R. Allen on Sunday, a week before his scheduled departure from Afghanistan after 19 months as the commander of the American and allied forces.
Karzai signs strategic aid agreement with Norway (06.02.2013)
Norway and Afghanistan have concluded a long-term strategic partnership agreement. Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg signed an agreement on February 5 that will give Kabul $136 million in aid every year until 2017. The aid comes with commitments on...
Karzai warns of foreign interference in peace talks (29.01.2013)
Afghan President Hamid Karzai says peace efforts with the Taliban should go through the High Peace Council set up by the Afghan government.
Karzai says will step down in 2014 (17.01.2013)
Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai has vowed to leave the presidential office at the end of his second term in 2014, and allow a successor to be elected.
President Barack Obama and Afghan President Hamid Karzai agreed on Friday to speed up the handover of combat operations in Afghanistan to Afghan forces this year, underscoring Obama's determination to move decisively to wind down the long, unpopular war.