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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
International Security Assistance Force (UN-Mandatiert)
Delays mark Afghan reintegration efforts (19.05.2011)
The Afghan government has moved so slowly to recruit Taliban defectors that U.S. and Afghan officials say they are losing an opportunity to capitalize on hard-won military gains and the death of Osama bin Laden.
Afghanistan: 'Twelve dead' at protest over Nato raid (18.05.2011)
At least 12 people have been shot and killed by security forces in northern Afghanistan during a protest against a Nato-led raid, officials say. … Some 2,000 demonstrators, some of them armed, took part. They looted shops and tried to attack a German army base.
Kazakhs to join NATO-led troops in Afghanistan (18.05.2011)
Mainly Muslim Kazakhstan will become the first nation of ex-Soviet Central Asia to send a military contingent to join NATO-led ISAF troops fighting in Afghanistan, Kazakh parliamentarians decided on Wednesday.
UN welcomes creation of anti-corruption panel (11.05.2011)
The United Nations has welcomed today’s inauguration of an independent committee in Afghanistan tasked with monitoring and evaluating corruption in Afghanistan, where the problem continues to hold back or slow the pace of economic development.
US report outlines progress in Afghanistan (03.05.2011)
Last year’s surge of U.S. and coalition forces into Afghanistan, with the simultaneous growth of Afghan forces, is leading to tangible progress for peace and prosperity in Afghanistan, according to a biannual Defense Department report released last week.
Afghan Taliban declare start to spring offensive (30.04.2011)
The Taliban declared the start of a spring offensive across Afghanistan on Saturday, warning they would target foreign troops as well as Afghan security forces and top government officials in a wave of attacks including suicide bombings.
Dozens of religious scholars or “Ulemas” in eastern Afghanistan today vowed to help work towards peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan. … The recommendations of the Ulemas will be shared with senior UN officials in Kabul. Similar meetings have been held around the country, with more expected in...