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

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Begin: 03/02

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Begin: 01/15

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UN strongly condemns terrorist attacks across Afghanistan (18.10.2017)

Secretary-General António Guterres and the United Nations Security Council have condemned yesterday’s attacks in Afghanistan’s Paktya and Ghazni provinces, which left many dead and injured. … The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attacks that reportedly targeted police and Government...

Council adopts EU strategy (16.10.2017)

[…] The strategy on Afghanistan focuses on four priority areas: promoting peace, stability and regional security, reinforcing democracy, the rule of law and human rights and promoting good governance and women's empowerment, supporting economic and human development, addressing challenges related...

Taliban dismissive of four-nation Afghan peace talks in Oman (10.10.2017)

The Taliban’s stance of not engaging in peace talks with the current Afghan government “remains unchanged" and the insurgent group has “nothing to do” with next week’s four-nation dialogue in Oman aimed at seeking a politically negotiated end to the war, a senior insurgent official said Tuesday.

International Red Cross to 'Ddrastically' cut Afghan presence after attacks (09.10.2017)

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on October 9 that it will "drastically" reduce its operations in Afghanistan following the killing of seven of its staff in attacks this year. The ICRC has been operating for more than 30 years in Afghanistan, where it has its fourth-largest...

Parties to Afghan conflict show renewed interest in political engagement, UN envoy says (25.09.2017)

Although efforts over the past few years to reach a political solution to the Afghan conflict have led to little progress, the top United Nations envoy in the country today reported a renewed interest in political engagements for peace.

Ghani says new U.S. Afghan strategy more likely to succeed (21.09.2017)

The new U.S. strategy in Afghanistan, by working more closely with Kabul and taking a harder line toward Pakistan, stands a better chance of working than previous plans, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said on September 20.

U.S. bungled $70 billion mission to train Afghan forces, report says (21.09.2017)

The U.S. has invested 16 years and more than $70 billion to train Afghan security forces, but the effort has been undermined by poor planning, training and oversight, a government watchdog said in a report Thursday.

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