Afghanistan

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EUPOL Afghanistan

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

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UNAMA

United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
Beginn: 03/02

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Resolute Support

(NATO)

Beginn: 01/15

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Afghan officials in Pakistan for Taliban peace talks –source (20.11.2013)

Senior Afghan officials arrived in Pakistan on Wednesday to initiate peace talks with the Afghan Taliban following a breakthrough in negotiations during last month's summit in Britain, a Pakistani Foreign Ministry source said.

UN agency issues urgent call to action as Afghan opium cultivation hits record high (13.11.2013)

The head of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) today issued an urgent call to action as opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan hit a record high this year, rising by 36 per cent, while production is up by almost half since 2012.

Philip Hammond warns over Afghanistan commitment (11.11.2013)

Britain will be forced to end its long-term military commitment to Afghanistan unless its government signs a security agreement with international forces, the defence secretary has warned.

Officials: Few Afghans registered for 2014 vote (06.11.2013)

Afghan election officials said Wednesday that with just five days left to register, less than one-fourth of the country's eligible voters have signed up to vote in next year's presidential ballot.

Australia offers to keep troops in Afghanistan after 2014 (05.11.2013)

The Australian ambassador to Afghanistan says his government has offered to keep up to 400 troops in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of U.S.-led NATO forces in 2014. … Australia currently has around 1,200 soldiers in Afghanistan, most of them based in Urozgan Province.

Afghan delegation to meet Taliban leader in Pakistan (30.10.2013)

Senior Afghan peace negotiators are being allowed to soon travel to neighboring Pakistan for a long-demanded meeting with the Taliban insurgency’s former deputy chief. Pakistani officials are promising more access in the future to facilitate the Afghan political reconciliation process.

After troops leave, U.S. to lose access to Afghan reconstruction projects worth billions (27.10.2013)

The planned removal of more than 40,000 troops and the closure of dozens of bases over the next year will shrink the protective umbrella for U.S. officials to keep tabs on construction work, training programs and other initiatives in the corruption-plagued nation.