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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
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The U.S. commander of international forces in Afghanistan said on Tuesday he will make a recommendation of how many American troops should remain in Afghanistan after he sees how well Afghan security handles the summer fighting season.
An Afghan-led peace deal with the Taliban is needed to stop Afghanistan sliding into civil war after British troops leave, a group of MPs has said. The defence select committee said the UK had a responsibility to "make Afghanistan work" after 2014.
Karzai in Qatar, Taliban talks in focus (31.03.2013)
President Hamid Karzai held talks with Qatari leaders on Sunday, official media reported, on a visit the Kabul government has said would seek to explore the possibility of talks with Taliban insurgents on ending Afghanistan's war.
UN Afghan envoy urges Taliban to join peace process (27.03.2013)
The United Nations envoy to Afghanistan is calling on the Taliban to take part in peace talks, as most NATO combat troops mobilize to leave the country by the end of 2014.
Karzai to visit Qatar to explore peace with Taliban (24.03.2013)
Afghanistan's Foreign Ministry says President Hamid Karzai will visit Qatar to discuss the possibility of the establishment of an office for the Taliban in the Gulf state.
The US military and the Afghan government have reached a deal on the pullout of American special operations forces and their Afghan counterparts from a strategic eastern province after complaints that they were involved in human rights abuses.
Afghan government says NATO war 'aimless, unwise' (19.03.2013)
Afghanistan's presidential spokesman on Tuesday described the NATO-led military operation in the war-torn nation as "aimless and unwise", in the latest broadside by Kabul against the international coalition.