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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
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The United Nations Security Council today extended the authorization of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) until the end of 2014, when it is expected that the force will draw down and the Government of Afghanistan will assume full responsibility for security throughout the country.
Yury Fedotov, head of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), painted a bleak picture of Afghanistan's narcotics problem before next year's withdrawal of NATO-led combat forces.
The focus of the war, Mr. Karzai said, should have been insurgent training camps and havens across the border in Pakistan, not “in Afghan villages, causing harm to Afghan people.”
Karzai to call Loya Jirga over security pact (07.10.2013)
Karzai said disagreements over Afghanistan's sovereignty and other issues were still hampering the deal. He said Kabul wants security guarantees "from the threats of the Taliban and terrorists and the bombardment by the United States."
The Taliban leader, Mullah Omar, has said the movement does not view presidential polls due next April as legitimate.
UN fears 'deteriorating' human rights in Afghanistan (17.09.2013)
The UN human rights chief on Tuesday expressed fears that progress made in Afghanistan since the fall of the hardline Taliban regime in 2001 was being reversed as NATO-led troops withdraw. Navi Pillay said on a visit to Kabul that she had heard growing evidence of a sharp reversal in human rights,...
Police deaths in Afghanistan have doubled this year after withdrawing NATO forces handed security of the war-ravaged country to poorly equipped local troops with less frontline experience fighting Taliban insurgents.