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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
International Security Assistance Force (UN-Mandatiert)
By the end of 2010, the Civil-Military Co-operation (CIMIC) Company in Task Force Kandahar is expected to reach a major milestone: the completion of more than 500 development and reconstruction projects that will make an immediate positive impact on local Afghans.
There is an increasing sense that conditions for reconciliation in Afghanistan are becoming more favourable and that there may soon be a real opportunity for a political dialogue leading to a settlement, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in his latest report on the war-torn country.
Afghanistan conflict: reports paint bleak picture (16.12.2010)
Two new assessments are painting a bleak picture of the US-led war in Afghanistan, the day before the White House unveils its review of strategy.
NATO push deals Taliban a setback in Kandahar (15.12.2010)
As the Obama administration reviews its strategy in Afghanistan, residents and even a Taliban commander say the surge of American troops this year has begun to set back the Taliban in parts of their southern heartland and to turn people against the insurgency — at least for now.
Afghan and international forces missed their mark in the hunt for a senior leader of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) in northern Afghanistan's Konduz Province last week, but they didn't go home empty-handed. … Analysts point to the IMU when assessing the causes of the spike in violence in...
Peace and reconciliation is the top priority for Afghan Government says High Peace Council (08.12.2010)
The High Peace Council, at its first public conference in Kandahar, said that peace and reconciliation is the Afghan Government's top agenda. … The two-day conference in Kandahar will focus on criteria, strategy and various aspects of the process.
British Prime Minister David Cameron says his country's troops may begin to leave Afghanistan as early as 2011. Cameron made his comments today during a surprise visit to Afghanistan, as U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates also flew into the country.