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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
International Security Assistance Force (UN-Mandatiert)
Afghan security forces have officially taken security responsibility for Konduz Province in northern Afghanistan. The NATO-led International Security Assistance Force handed over security responsibilities to Afghan forces in five of the six districts of the province.
Speaking at a major international conference, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for the international community to continue its engagement with and support for Afghanistan.
Afghan youths will act as “Ambassadors of Peace” and take the message of peace, brotherhood, unity and friendship to every nook and corner of Afghanistan. The title of “Ambassadors of Peace” was honoured to the participants at the end of Afghanistan’s first ever National Peace Jirga of Afghan...
NATO Afghan supply convoys resume (04.07.2012)
Just one day after Pakistan decided to reopen NATO supply routes into Afghanistan, drivers who have been waiting for months are ready to get their supply convoys moving.
Afghan officials hail talks with insurgents (28.06.2012)
A flurry of informal contacts between the Afghan government and insurgent representatives over the past week suggests that long-stalled peace negotiation efforts may be inching forward, Afghan officials say, though American officials played down the significance of the meetings.
Afghan locals take up arms against Taliban (26.06.2012)
Four villages in country's east create National Uprising Movement to protect residents from violence.
Taliban suicide attack hits NATO, kills 21 (20.06.2012)
A Taliban suicide bomber on a motorbike rammed an Afghan-NATO patrol in the town of Khost on Wednesday, killing 21 people, including three US soldiers, officials said. … It was the second major attack on NATO in Khost in three weeks.