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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
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Taliban set terms as US pushes for talks (12.01.2012)
The Taliban say they will step up "political efforts" to secure peace in Afghanistan in response to US moves to open new talks with the group, but added that it did not intend to give up its armed struggle as a precondition for negotiations. In a statement issued on Thursday, the Taliban also said...
Afghan government agrees to Taliban-US talks (05.01.2012)
The government of Afghanistan on Wednesday gave its blessing to talks between Taliban insurgents and the United States, and also to the opening of an office for the Islamists in Qatar.
Giving a first major public sign that they may be ready for formal talks with the American-led coalition in Afghanistan, the Taliban announced Tuesday that they had struck a deal to open a political office in Qatar that could allow for direct negotiations over the endgame in the Afghan war.
A key government negotiator says that the Taliban is willing to open an office outside of Afghanistan, a step toward holding face-to-face peace talks with the Afghan government. Arsala Rahmani, a senior member of Afghanistan's High Peace Council, said that "senior Taliban commanders" had "agreed on...
Karzai wants immediate halt to NATO night raids (21.12.2011)
Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday demanded an immediate halt to controversial NATO-led night raids and for foreign forces to stop entering Afghan homes, his spokesman said. … The loya jirga meeting of Afghan elders last month made halting the raids a condition of the so-called strategic...
Afghans negotiating long-term US presence: Karzai (19.12.2011)
Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Sunday that his government is negotiating the terms of a long-term US presence in his country that could involve US troops. … "That may bring about the presence of some US troops in Afghanistan for the duration of the agreement that we reach, with support to...
The United Nations peacekeeping chief today reaffirmed the world body’s unwavering commitment to stand by Afghanistan, adding that it is examining how it can best assist the country as it proceeds with the transfer of security responsibilities and takes greater ownership of its development.