Afghanistan

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Current Operations


EUPOL Afghanistan

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

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UNAMA

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

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Resolute Support

(NATO)
Begin: 01/15

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News


Top Afghan election official resigns (23.06.2014)

A top Afghan election official resigned Monday, heeding the demands of a presidential candidate and offering hope that the fragile electoral process that is underway will not devolve into violence.

Candidate’s protest clouds Afghan vote-counting for president (18.06.2014)

Afghanistan’s presidential election was cast into crisis on Wednesday as the candidate Abdullah Abdullah announced a boycott of the electoral process, accusing his opponent and President Hamid Karzai of engineering huge fraud in the runoff vote on Saturday.

Ballot shortages show lessons not learned (14.06.2014)

Election officials themselves said the shortage of ballots was actually a calculated move -- an effort to prevent the widespread fraud … that critics alleged took place during the presidential election of 2009.

Afghans to vote in run-off election as US troops exit (12.06.2014)

Afghans head to the polls Saturday for a second-round election to choose a successor to President Hamid Karzai, with the threat of Taliban attacks and fraud looming over the country's first democratic transfer of power.

Criticism over troop withdrawal emerges from beyond G.O.P. (04.06.2014)

Criticism of President Obama’s announcement that American forces would leave Afghanistan by the end of 2016 has begun to come not just from his Republican adversaries, but also from another quarter: former military officers and civilian officials who worked for years to develop and defend his...

NATO to keep around 12,000 troops in Afghanistan next year-U.S. official (04.06.2014)

A NATO-led training mission in Afghanistan next year is likely to total about 12,000 soldiers, including about 8,000 Americans, while some 1,800 Americans will conduct counter-terrorism missions, a senior U.S. military official said on Wednesday.