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EUPOL Afghanistan

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

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

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Resolute Support

Begin: 01/15

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Hundreds of hostages freed after rare joint IS-Taliban attack in Afghanistan (08.08.2017)

The Taliban released 235 hostages from a remote village in northern Afghanistan where it allegedly massacred as many as 50 mostly Shi'ite civilians in a rare joint assault with Islamic State insurgents, officials said on August 8.

Proposal for a new EU strategy on Afghanistan: in support of peace and prosperity (24.07.2017)

Today, the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and the European Commission have set out their vision for how the European Union can support Afghanistan both to address its challenges and to bring about positive change for the Afghan people.

Civilians continue to bear the brunt of Afghanistan's 'ugly war' – UN report (17.07.2017)

Civilians lives – including those of women and children – continue to be lost at record high levels amid a worsening toll of suicide attacks, the United Nations mission in Afghanistan said today, calling on anti-government forces to stop indiscriminate attacks against civilians as well as on the...

Afghan officials send high-profile sexual assault case to court (12.07.2017)

Authorities in Afghanistan confirmed Wednesday that an alleged torture and sexual assault case against the country’s first-vice president, Abdul Rashid Dostum, has been sent to court for further action.

EUPOL Afghanistan 2007/16: mission impossible? (05.07.2017)

EUPOL Afghanistan was established by the Council of the EU on 30 May 2007 as a non-executive Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) civilian mission. It was mandated to ‘significantly contribute to the establishment under Afghan ownership of sustainable and effective civilian policing...

NATO agrees to send more troop trainers to Afghanistan (29.06.2017)

Two years after winding down its military operation in Afghanistan, NATO has agreed to send more troops to help train and work alongside Afghan security forces.

Mattis consults NATO on Afghan strategy (28.06.2017)

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is in Brussels, where he will consult with NATO allies on troop contributions and other support for Afghanistan, before announcing his own policy plan for the war-torn country. The Pentagon has promised a new Afghanistan plan by mid-July, … .

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