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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
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Taliban: 'Unaware' of upcoming peace talks (24.02.2016)
Afghanistan's Taliban says it is unaware of upcoming peace talks with the Kabul government, reiterating no such move can succeed until foreign forces completely withdraw and Sharia (Islamic system) is enforced in the country.
Four countries trying to end Afghanistan's 15-year war with the Taliban announced on Tuesday that direct talks between the Afghan government and the insurgent group will take place next week. Representatives of Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and the United States met in the Afghan capital for a...
Afghan troops pull out of second Helmand district (22.02.2016)
Afghan government forces have pulled out of a second district in Helmand, officials said on Monday, leaving the Taliban in control of most of the northern part of the province after troops withdrew from Musa Qala district last week.
Taliban child soldier recruitment surges - HRW (17.02.2016)
[…] New Human Rights Watch research shows that the Taliban have been training and deploying children for various military operations including the production and planting of improvised explosive devices (IED).
The United Nations reported today that Afghan hostilities in 2015 left more than 3,500 civilians dead, including an unprecedented number of children – one in four casualties over the past year was a child – and nearly 7,500 others wounded, making this the highest number of civilian casualties...
The outgoing U.S. commander of international forces in Afghanistan says U.S. forces will not return to an active role fighting the Taliban. General John Campbell said there would be no change to the U.S. mission despite the likelihood of another difficult year of combat.
By month’s end, a force described as battalion-strength, consisting of mostly army soldiers, will arrive in Helmand province to bolster the local military.