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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
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The US and Afghan presidents have "reaffirmed" their support for holding talks with the Taliban, despite an attack in central Kabul on Tuesday. Barack Obama and Hamid Karzai agreed in a video conference that a peace process was the surest way to end the violence, the White House said. They also...
Taliban rebels surrender in Western Afghanistan (26.06.2013)
Seventeen Taliban members surrendered in western Afghan province of Herat, an official said on Wednesday.
In its latest briefing, “Afghanistan’s Parties in Transition”, the International Crisis Group examines the plight of Afghanistan’s nascent political parties, provides an overview of their current positions and analyses their ability and willingness to shape the transition to the post-Karzai era,...
Taliban’s divided tactics raise doubts over talks (25.06.2013)
Members of the Taliban’s newly opened office in Qatar have been talking about making peace with the Afghan government, but some Western observers remain skeptical.
Taliban leaders were debating on Friday whether to cancel peace talks with the Americans and the Afghan government because of criticism of their use of their flag and formal name at their new office here.
A fresh effort to end Afghanistan's 12-year-old war looked in disarray on Thursday after a diplomatic row about the Taliban's new Qatar office delayed preliminary discussions between the US and the Islamist insurgents.
In his latest report on Afghanistan to the United Nations Security Council, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has highlighted a range of issues including an urgent need to finalize electoral legislations and appointments to Afghan electoral institutions for a timely presidential election next year,...