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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
Beginn: 06/07

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Beginn: 01/15

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In bullet-ridden Afghan districts, free vote seems an empty promise (02.04.2014)

Security is the cornerstone of the Afghan government’s promise to deliver a free and fair election, and this time around the entire operation rests on the country’s security forces. They are facing a Taliban campaign of violent disruption that has repeatedly struck at Western and government targets.

Afghan elections 'critical for political stability' (02.04.2014)

As Afghanistan prepares for elections, there are fears a spike in violence might derail the electoral process. But UNAMA chief Jan Kubis tells DW the success of the vote is crucial for the country's political transition.

Gunmen attack Afghan election office in Kabul (25.03.2014)

The Taliban have launched a gun and bomb attack on an office of the Afghan election commission in Kabul, less than two weeks before presidential polls.

Election observers pull foreign staff out of Afghanistan after hotel attack (23.03.2014)

Two major foreign election observer and support missions have pulled staff out of Afghanistan after a Taliban attack on a Kabul hotel, observers said on Sunday, in a move which could undermine confidence in the outcome of the crucial vote.

EU launches Election Assessment Team in Afghanistan (20.03.2014)

The EU EAT is led by Chief Observer Thijs BERMAN, Dutch member of the European Parliament, and consists of 16 international experts from 13 European countries deployed in Afghanistan since March 15.

US commander urges patience with Afghanistan (12.03.2014)

The commander of U.S.-led forces in Afghanistan says maintaining a residual military presence in the country is desirable and feasible even if Kabul continues to delay signing a bilateral security agreement with the United States.

Taliban vow to disrupt Afghanistan elections (10.03.2014)

The Taliban has warned Afghans not to participate in next month’s presidential polls and to stay away from voting booths, saying it will use "all force" to disrupt the vote.