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Resolute Support

(NATO)

Mandatiert seit: 09/14

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UNAMA

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

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Under peace plan, U.S. military would exit Afghanistan within five years (28.02.2019)

All American troops would withdraw from Afghanistan over the next three to five years under a new Pentagon plan being offered in peace negotiations that could lead to a government in Kabul that shares power with the Taliban. The rest of the international force in Afghanistan would leave at the same...

U.S., Taliban pause peace talks in Doha for two days (28.02.2019)

The U.S. envoy who is meeting with Afghan Taliban delegates says the latest round of peace talks in Qatar have been put on hold until March 2 so that both sides can conduct "internal deliberations."

2018 saw record civilian deaths – UN report (23.02.2019)

With over 3,800 civilian women, children and men killed in just one year, Afghanistan has hit yet another “deeply disturbing and wholly unacceptable” record, according to a new report issued on Sunday by the UN political mission in the country (UNAMA) and the UN human rights office (OHCHR).

Powerful Afghan political leader warns against squandering peace (20.02.2019)

A prominent Afghan political leader who once had the support of some officials to lead Afghanistan's negotiating team with the Taliban, warned the president Wednesday against squandering the best opportunity at peace in more than 17 years of war.

Afghan Loya Jirga to convene next month to discuss peace talks (20.02.2019)

Afghan politicians and tribal, ethnic, and religious leaders are set to meet for at least four days next month to discuss negotiations with the Taliban, President Ashraf Ghani's special peace envoy has said.

US may trim more than 1,000 troops from Afghanistan (15.02.2019)

Even before any peace push-related drawdowns, the US military is expected to trim troop levels in Afghanistan as part of an efficiency drive by the new commander, a US general said, estimating the cuts may exceed 1,000 forces.