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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
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Taliban name lesser-known cleric as their new leader (25.05.2016)
[…] Breaking four days of silence after their previous leader was killed by an American drone strike, the Taliban announced that a lesser-known deputy of the group, Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada, a conservative cleric in his 50s, would take over and continue the group’s war against the Afghan...
Kabul signs draft peace deal with warlord Hekmatyar (18.05.2016)
Afghanistan has signed a preliminary agreement with the militant group Hezb-i-Islami. The deal with the anti-foreign forces group is being seen as a sign of success in Kabul's peace efforts.
Action against the Taliban will be part of the agenda during the fifth round of Afghanistan peace talks that will take place in Pakistan on Wednesday, high-level Afghan sources say. The Taliban has repeatedly refused to take part in the negotiations and shows no signs of easing its ongoing spring...
President Ashraf Ghani said Afghanistan faced a terrorist enemy led by Taliban "slaves" in Pakistan in a sombre speech to parliament on Monday that nonetheless left the door open to resuming peace talks with parts of the Taliban.
Taliban announces 'spring offensive' (12.04.2016)
The Afghan Taliban has announced the start of its warm-weather fighting season, an annual declaration marking the launch of a violent summer.
The head of NATO on Wednesday predicted a difficult fight ahead for Afghanistan as the government continues to battle the Taliban and other militant factions trying to assert their presence in the war-ravaged country.
NATO sends general to troubled Afghan south (16.03.2016)
The NATO-led mission in Afghanistan has sent a one-star general to lead foreign troops in embattled Helmand province, officials said on Wednesday, a rare move that signals foreign forces' deepening involvement in the war with the Taliban.