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World leaders came together in New York in September for the commencement of the 70th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations. Photos: UN Photo
Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on killing of a UNAMA staff member
NEW YORK, 12 October 2015 -- The Secretary-General is deeply troubled and saddened by the killing of Ms. Toorpaki Ulfat, a staff member of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), on 12 October in Kandahar.
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UN Special Representative Nicholas Haysom on murder of UNAMA staff member in Kandahar

KABUL, 12 October 2015 – It is with great sadness that I confirm the loss of a colleague, Ms. Toorpaki Ulfat, who was assassinated in Kandahar city this morning.

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Promoting equal partnerships in Afghan agriculture

KABUL, 11 October 2015 – Boosting the position of women as equal partners in the agricultural industry is the aim of a new national strategy that is part of a larger Afghan-UN development project.  

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Sustainable peace focus of diverse Bamyan group

BAMYAN, 8 October 2015 – Achieving sustainable peace in Afghanistan was the focus of the latest gathering, in Bamyan, held as part of the nationwide People’s Dialogue process.

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Civilians at risk as security across northeast Afghanistan remains volatile
KABUL, 6 October 2015 – With the security setting in Kunduz remaining fluid and with civilians placed at risk, UNAMA is continuing its mandated work to track and report on the human rights of those caught in the conflict.
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Women must play role in peace talks, says top UN envoy

KABUL, 5 October 2015 – The UN’s top official in Afghanistan, speaking to representatives from a Kabul university, stressed the need for women to participate in peace talks.

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Afghan youth a powerful force for peace, radio show panellists say

KABUL, 4 October 2015 – The young people of Afghanistan can be a powerful force for peace and stability in the country, said panellists during two UNAMA-backed radio programmes broadcast to an audience estimated at 500,000 in the country’s eastern provinces.

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UN envoy Nicholas Haysom visited Farah on 7 October to assess the current situation in the province and meet with community leaders, including Mohammad Asif Nang, the province’s Governor. Photo: UNAMA / Olamgir Razzoq
The UN’s top official in Afghanistan, speaking to representatives from a Kabul university, stressed the need for women to participate in peace talks.
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