09 Mar 2010 - NEW YORK - The Secretary-General strongly condemns the attacks that took place in Kabul this morning, which caused the death and injury of many Afghan and foreign residents and for which the Taliban claimed responsibility.
This deliberate targeting of civilians demonstrates once again a senseless disregard for human life on the part of the perpetrators.
26 Feb 2010 - KABUL - UNAMA Spokesperson Dan McNorton, responding to today's incidents in Kabul, said: "The attacks we witnessed this morning in Kabul have killed and injured many people."
"The United Nations condemns these attacks unreservedly. The perpetrators behind these attacks have again shown total disregard for the lives of others.
26 Feb 2010 - KABUL - The largest military offensive since 2002 is now underway in the Helmand province in Afghanistan. At the same time, a consensus is emerging that the conflict in this country can ultimately not be solved by military means.
22 Feb 2010 - KABUL - I am deeply saddened at the reports of the terrible loss of civilian life on Sunday in southern Afghanistan.
According to government figures, at least 27 civilians, including women and children, were killed and numerous others wounded during aerial operations of the international military forces in which vehicles travelling in Uruzgan province were fired upon.
21 Feb 2010 - KABUL - The Government of Italy and UNESCO agree on a new project entitled “Development of (ERTV) for audio-visual support to teacher training in Afghanistan” to further capacity development of the Educational Radio and Television of Afghanistan ERTV.
21 Feb 2010 - KABUL - Today the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Afghanistan, the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and the Government of Afghanistan officially presented the 2010 Humanitarian Action Plan (HAP) in Kabul.
Afghanistan HAP 2010 Executive Summary
20 Feb 2010 - ISTANBUL - We had a successful London Conference last week – more so than was expected in light of the very limited time for preparations.
It marked the opening of a new phase in our relationship; a transition to greater Afghan responsibilities, which is what the Afghan government wants and what the international community wants.
16 Feb 2010 - KABUL - Some 2.8 million children under five years old in southern, south-eastern, western and eastern Afghanistan will be targeted by a new three-day polio eradication drive to be launched today.
31 Jan 2010 - KABUL - Taking a labour based approach to the projects it helps manage for donors and the Afghan Government, UNOPS will help its partners create 20,000 thousand jobs for the poor in Afghanistan in 2010.
28 Jan 2010 - KABUL - The World Bank's International Development Association (IDA) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have agreed to support US$1.6 billion in debt relief for the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Dari
18 Jan 2010 - KABUL - This morning, insurgents carried out coordinated attacks against government institutions in Kabul.
The details of the attack and the number of people killed and injured are still emerging.
The location of the attack, in central Kabul, at a time when many civilians were present, demonstrates a staggering disregard for civilian lives.