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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
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Taliban suicide attack hits NATO, kills 21 (20.06.2012)
A Taliban suicide bomber on a motorbike rammed an Afghan-NATO patrol in the town of Khost on Wednesday, killing 21 people, including three US soldiers, officials said. … It was the second major attack on NATO in Khost in three weeks.
New report of the Secretary-General (20.06.2012)
The report provides an update on the activities of the United Nations in Afghanistan, including significant humanitarian, development and human rights efforts, since the previous report issued on 5 March 2012 (A/66/728-S/2012/133).
Karzai says Afghanistan confident of 2013 transfer (14.06.2012)
Afghanistan is confident it can take full control of its security next year, President Hamid Karzai said on Thursday, despite steadily rising Taliban violence.
China- and Russia-led Shanghai bloc eyes Afghan role (07.06.2012)
The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) should be involved in its "peaceful reconstruction", China's President Hu Jintao said in Beijing.
NATO strikes overland Central Asia transport deals (04.06.2012)
NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen announced the agreements in Brussels after weeks of negotiations with the governments of Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan.
Drop is seen in casualties for Afghans (30.05.2012)
Civilian casualties in Afghanistan dropped significantly in the first four months of 2012, and a smaller proportion of the deaths was attributed to coalition and Afghan forces compared with a year earlier, the United Nations director in the country said Wednesday.
NATO says a senior Al-Qaeda leader has been killed in an air strike in Afghanistan's eastern Kunar Province. The NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said Saudi-born Sakhr al-Taifi, also known as Mushtaq and Nasim, was Al-Qaeda's second most senior leader in Afghanistan.