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Afghanistan ready to assume security responsibility: Pentagon
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Afghanistan ready to assume security responsibility: Pentagon

Afghan forces will be prepared to assume security responsibility after the complete withdrawal of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) at the end of this month, the Pentagon has said."We believe that we have achieved the mission of ... Prokerala, 2 weeks ago

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UN backs agreement for NATO to train, advise and assist Afghan security forces starting Jan. 1

UNITED NATIONS The U.N. Security Council is strongly backing the new agreement for NATO to train, advise and assist Afghanistan's security forces starting Jan. 1. A resolution adopted unanimously by the council on Friday welcomes the new mission, ...
 FOXNews.com1 week ago After the West's retreat: a sketch of Afghan memories  New Europe2 days ago Afghanistan: Security Council backs agreement on new non-combat NATO mission  BusinessWeek4 days ago UN Security Council backs agreement for NATO to train Afghan forces  Pakistan Today6 days ago

Multiple attacks kill 19 in Afghanistan as NATO withdrawal deadline looms

Taliban insurgents killed at least 19 people in a series of gun and suicide attacks in Afghanistan on Saturday, underlining worsening security as US-led NATO forces end their combat mission in the country. A suicide blast wrecked an Afghan military bus in ...
 DNA6 days ago Two NATO soldiers killed in Afghanistan  Prokerala6 days ago NATO soldier killed in Afghanistan  Prokerala1 month ago Taliban kill twelve workers clearing mines  Jagran Post6 days ago
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Germany to keep 850 troops in Afghanistan

when it winds up its 13-year-long combat mission in the war-torn country later this year as part of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). The German cabinet yesterday gave its mandate for the armed forces' participation in the NATO's ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago Army leaders say there's no drawdown in costs as US troops leave Afghanistan  Stars and Stripes1 day ago
Stars and Stripes

NATO mission in Afghanistan unlikely to change much

Taliban insurgents launched a massive attack against local security forces in eastern Kunar province and Afghan army units have been deployed to repulse the assault, officials said Tuesday. "Going forward our military will be leaner," the president ...
 Stars and Stripes3 days ago Roundup: Attacks against security forces kill 2 NATO soldiers, wound 14 Afghan army personnel days ago Attacks against security forces kill 2 NATO soldiers  Xinhua News Agency5 days ago XINHUA - Roundup: Attacks against security forces kill 2 NATO soldiers, wound 14 Afghan army personnel  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago
Southeast European Times

NATO helps develop Kosovo Security Force

The Alliance supports the Kosovo Security Force on strategic and operational levels. NATO continues to collaborate with members and non-members and expand activities to support the development of the Kosovo Security Force (KSF), experts said. NATO's ...
 Southeast European Times4 days ago

Pak, US plans to bring down Tehreek chief

Press Trust of India Islamabad, 19 December Pakistan army and US-led forces in Afghanistan have decided to target Tehreek-e-Taliban chief Mullah Fazlullah using drones rather than a ground operation in the areas where he is believed to be ...
 The Statesman1 hour ago Pakistan Army, ISAF to target Mullah Fazlullah in drone attack: Report  Economic Times5 hours ago Pak Army, ISAF to target Fazlullah in drone attack: report  Business Standard India8 hours ago Pakistan army, US-led forces in Afghanistan to target Taliban chief Mullah Fazlullah in drone attack: report  DNA India8 hours ago
Himalayan times

US, NATO ceremonially end Afghan combat mission

today, 13 years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks sparked their invasion of the country to topple the Taliban-led government. NATO's International Security Assistance Force Joint Command, which was in charge of combat operations, lowered its flag, formally ...
 Business Standard1 week ago The Himalayan Times  Himalayan times1 week ago
Outlook India

France to withdraw last troops from Afghanistan

KABUL: The French military mission in Afghanistan will officially end on Dec.31 when the last of its forces leave the country, the defence ministry said on Friday. The departure of around 150 soldiers from Kabul will put an end to a 13-year ...
 The Gulf Today13 minutes ago France to end Afghanistan mission  Press TV46 minutes ago AFP - France-Afghanistan-army  Namibia Press Agency10 hours ago France to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by year end  Kuwait News Agency8 hours ago

First Slovenian Soldiers Depart for New Afghanistan Mission

/ By STA, T. M. The first three out of a total of seven members of the Slovenian Armed Forces to participate in the NATO-led Resolute Support mission departed for Afghanistan on Thursday. The remaining four are expected to join them in January, ...
 The Slovenia Times16 hours ago Slovenia joins NATO's Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan day ago
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