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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
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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.
Another district in the embattled southern province of Helmand fell to the Taliban on Tuesday, Afghan government officials said, adding important new territory to the insurgents’ control.
The new Afghan Government, formed through a power-sharing agreement, must manage its difficult transition in 2016 by overcoming political, economic and security challenges, the top United Nations official in that country told the Security Council today, as the 15-nation body extended the UN mission...
[…] The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack in Helmand, a major poppy-growing region where insurgents have been battling government forces as well as fighting among themselves over smuggling routes.
U.S. calls on Taliban to Join Afghan peace talks (08.03.2016)
The United States on March 7 appealed to the Taliban to join peace talks to prevent another upsurge in fighting this spring. The Taliban said on March 5 that it would not take part in peace talks with the Afghan government, citing its longstanding demand that all foreign fighters must first leave...
NATO command changes in Afghanistan (02.03.2016)
U.S. Army General John "Mick" Nicholson has taken charge of American and NATO troops in Afghanistan as security conditions deteriorate across the war-ravaged nation in the wake of a vicious Taliban-led insurgency.