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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ISAF

International Security Assistance Force (UN-led)
Beginn: 01/02

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Afghan government ready to resume negotiations with Taliban (23.11.2011)

The Afghan government is prepared to resume negotiations with the Taliban despite the assassination of its chief peace envoy, Burhanuddin Rabbani, the senior official responsible for organising the talks has said. Masoom Stanekzai said talks would restart on condition that the insurgents...

Afghan Jirga ends with reported agreement on US presence, peace talks (19.11.2011)

A grand assembly convened by Afghanistan's president has concluded in Kabul with general agreement on a government plan for a continued -- but not permanent -- US military presence in Afghanistan as well as a strategy for peace.

Karzai details vision for long-term partnership with U.S. (16.11.2011)

President Hamid Karzai for the first time publicly laid out his vision of a long-lasting agreement that could keep the American military in Afghanistan for years, in a speech to Afghans on Wednesday that seemed both a warning to neighboring Pakistan and Iran and an attempt to win over a skeptical...

Intense security for Afghanistan elders' meeting (15.11.2011)

Security forces are on high alert in the Afghan capital, Kabul, ahead of a traditional assembly of elders and leaders, due to begin on Wednesday. The Taliban have threatened to attack the gathering, or loya jirga.

Afghanistan clash 'kills dozens of Taliban' in Paktika (10.11.2011)

More than 60 Taliban fighters have been killed in an attack on a Nato outpost in Afghanistan's eastern province of Paktika, local officials say.

Haqqanis will not talk Afghan peace alone - commander (25.10.2011)

The Afghan Haqqani militant group will not take part individually in any peace talks with the United States and negotiations must be led by the Taliban, a senior commander told Reuters.

Opposition grows to next stage of U.S. military presence in Afghanistan (25.10.2011)

The proposed agreement … is intended to update the current security agreement signed in 2005, and would outline the U.S. military role in Afghanistan after 2014.