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EUPOL Afghanistan

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

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United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
Beginn: 03/02

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Resolute Support


Beginn: 01/15

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German minister says troops are 'staying' in Afghanistan (06.12.2015)

[…] Germany is to increase its personnel in Afghanistan from 850 to 980 and extend its training missions for Afghan soldiers through 2016.

Civilian deaths raise questions about C.I.A.-trained forces in Afghanistan (03.12.2015)

A series of home raids by C.I.A.-trained Afghan counterterrorism forces in the past month resulted in the deaths of at least six innocent civilians, according to Afghan government officials, reviving an issue that has been a chronic source of tension between Afghanistan and the United States.

NATO agrees to keep troops in Afghanistan, seeks army funding (01.12.2015)

The NATO allies decided on Tuesday to hold alliance troop levels in Afghanistan steady at about 12,000 next year and launched a campaign to fund the 350,000 Afghan forces it hopes can some day secure the country against Taliban militants.

Taliban name new political chief in Qatar (23.11.2015)

The Afghan Taliban have named a new head of their political office in Qatar, in a sign that stalled peace moves may be getting back on track.

Why Central Asia is increasingly worried about Afghanistan (04.11.2015)

US Secretary of State John Kerry recently concluded a five-nation tour of Central Asia, reassuring the countries' leaders - increasingly concerned about the threat of Islamic extremism - that Washington remains committed to the region's security, even though the US has scaled down its military...

IS website highlights increased militant presence in Afghanistan (28.10.2015)

The message in the Pashto language was the third time in less than a week that IS has highlighted its activities in Afghanistan on its website. In recent days, U.S. and Afghan officials have warned of an increased IS presence in Afghanistan and of its threat to Central Asia.

UK to keep 450 troops stationed in Afghanistan through 2016 (27.10.2015)

The 450 troops Britain has stationed in Afghanistan are to remain for another year amid deteriorating security in the country. David Cameron withdrew all combat troops in 2014 after 13 years of fighting the Taliban, but the support mission stayed on to train domestic forces.