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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
International Security Assistance Force (UN-Mandatiert)
Nato endorses Afghanistan withdrawal timetable (22.05.2012)
Nato leaders meeting in Chicago have endorsed plans to hand over combat command to Afghan forces by mid-2013. They confirmed Nato's combat troops would be withdrawn by the end of 2014, with only training units remaining.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon assured Afghan President Hamid Karzai yesterday that the United Nations would provide technical support, at the request of the Government of Afghanistan, to organize the upcoming presidential election in Afghanistan.
In Afghanistan, new group begins campaign of terror (19.05.2012)
A new, more radical insurgent group has begun a campaign aimed at terrorizing both Afghan officials and moderate insurgents, according to Afghan officials. While the Taliban publicly disavowed the new group, Afghan intelligence officials depicted it as a faction of the Taliban that is “behind the...
There are few certainties for Afghanistan as the NATO troop withdrawal moves into high gear, but one of them is this: the Continental Europeans have a grimmer prognosis for what can be accomplished than do their American and British counterparts.
Obama welcomes Afghan security transfer (14.05.2012)
U.S. President Barack Obama has welcomed the latest transfer of security from NATO to Afghan forces, saying it is "an important step forward" toward achieving objectives in Afghanistan.
United Nations mission in Afghanistan has condemned today's assassination of Maulawi Arsala Rahmani, a senior member of the country's High Peace Council, and stated its continued commitment to supporting the locally-led peace and reconciliation process.
Alliance members are expected to work out details of their planned withdrawal when NATO heads of state meet in Chicago on May 20-21.