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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
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The top United Nations official in Afghanistan has hailed the efforts by the country’s Independent Election Commission (IEC) to start the implementation of an audit plan to help resolve concerns over the results of the presidential run-off poll.
Ground combat taking ‘devastating’ civilian toll, says UN, reporting sharp rise in casualties (09.07.2014)
The nature of the Afghan conflict has added yet another grim dimension as ground combat among the warring parties surpassed improvised explosive devices (IEDs) as the leading cause of conflict-related death and injury to Afghan civilians in the first six months of 2014, the United Nations reported...
U.S. warns Afghans not to form 'parallel government' (08.07.2014)
The United States warned on Tuesday that it would withdraw financial and security support from Afghanistan if anyone tried to take power illegally, as supporters of presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah rallied in Kabul for a parallel government.
Afghan presidential contender Abdullah Abdullah has rejected preliminary results of last month's run-off election which put his rival Ashraf Ghani in the lead, his spokesman said on Monday.
As the candidates wrangle over alleged fraud, the Afghan election commission has delayed election results until Monday. But Thijs Berman, the EU's chief election observer, has doubts about the quality of the fraud probe.
Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah has told the BBC he would respect his rival winning, but only if it is proved the election was fair. … Both men have alleged vote fraud.
Afghan election results delayed until next week (02.07.2014)
Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission (IEC) says an announcement of the initial results of the presidential runoff election have been delayed until July 7. IEC head Ahmed Nuristani said on July 2 that the five-day delay is to allow an audit of 1,930 of the 23,000 polling stations nationwide.