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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
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NATO outlines of 2015 Afghanistan mission (05.06.2013)
NATO defence ministers agreed Wednesday the broad outlines of its next mission in Afghanistan after it completes a difficult withdrawal from its longest combat operation next year. … Rasmussen said "Resolute Support," will be based on a "limited regional approach", with operational centres in Kabul...
Indian leaders offer more aid to visiting Karzai (22.05.2013)
Indian President Pranab Mukherjee told his visiting Afghan counterpart, Hamid Karzai that New Delhi is proud to help his country.
Deputy Secretary of State William Burns says the United States expects that Afghan forces will lead all combat operations in Afghanistan before the end of this year. Speaking May 11 on a visit to Kabul, Burns said Afghan forces are already in the lead in 90 percent of all combat operations against...
The United States wants to keep troops at nine bases across Afghanistan, the country's president, Hamid Karzai, said on Thursday – a larger number than expected given Washington's scaled-back ambitions for shaping the country's future. Karzai, who has often been a fierce critic of the foreign...
Karzai says US could have nine Afghan bases (09.05.2013)
The Afghan government could allow the US to keep nine bases in the country after most Nato forces withdraw next year, President Hamid Karzai has said. But Mr Karzai added that he had demanded security and economic guarantees from the US in return. The US would not confirm "specifics" but said it...
Afghan Peace Council member killed in south (01.05.2013)
Officials in southern Afghanistan say an insurgent attack has killed a member of the government peace council. … The peace council was established to find way to initiate talks with the Taliban to end the nearly 12-year-old war.
UN warns of 'troubling rise' in Afghan violence (24.04.2013)
The U.N. envoy to Afghanistan said civilian casualties rose nearly 30 percent in the first three months of the year, calling it a "troubling rise" in violence.