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Bundestag stimmt für neue Afghanistan-Mission (18.12.2014)
Die Bundeswehr wird auch nach dem Ende des Isaf-Mandates der Nato ab 2015 mit bis zu 850 Soldaten in Afghanistan verbleiben.
Uzbekistan's parliamentary elections on December 21 will offer voters a choice, but no hope for change.
A new report by European Union election observers on Tuesday supports some of the most stark estimates of systematic electoral fraud in the Afghan presidential runoff election in June, and says an earlier audit of the voting invalidated only a small fraction of suspect votes.
U.S., NATO end combat mission in Afghanistan (08.12.2014)
The US and NATO have ceremonially ended their combat mission in Afghanistan, 13 years after the September 11 attacks sparked their invasion of the country to topple the Taliban-led government.
The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) today held the opening press conference of its limited election observation mission for the 21 December parliamentary elections in Uzbekistan. … The mission is led by Ambassador Daan Everts, and consists of 11 international...
NATO foreign ministers on Tuesday formally approved the launch of a new advisory mission for Afghanistan after alliance combat operations end December 31.
According to reports, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has tacitly resumed backdoor diplomacy with the Taliban group in a bid to revive peace process amid growing instability and violence across the country.
The United States is preparing to increase the number of troops it keeps in Afghanistan in 2015 to fill a gap left in the NATO mission by other contributing nations, according to three sources with direct knowledge of the situation.
Afghan parliament approves U.S., NATO agreements (23.11.2014)
Afghanistan's parliament has approved bilateral security agreements with the United States and separately with NATO that allow international troops to remain in Afghanistan past the end of this year.
President Barack Obama has approved plans giving U.S. military commanders broader authority in helping Afghanistan forces repel Taliban fighters after U.S. and NATO combat operations formally end in December, a senior administration official said.