KABUL - A day long workshop on arbitrary detention organized by UNAMA’s Rule of Law unit, GTZ, and Balkh Provincial Department of Justice was conducted this week in Mazar-i-Sharif.
11 November 2009 - “More political will and less political exceptionalism” is required for the Security Council to be more effective in its critically important work of protecting civilians in situations of armed conflict, according to the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay.
NEW YORK - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed Japan’s intention to increase its assistance for Afghanistan to a total of up to $5 billion over the next five years, and said he hopes other nations will follow suit.
NEW YORK - The United Nations General Assembly on Monday has called for renewed support to the Afghan people's efforts to establish sustainable peace and security and rebuild their country despite ongoing terrorist threats.
3 November 2009 - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has urged Afghan President Hamid Karzai – re-elected after his opponent, Abdullah Abdullah, withdrew from the run-off planned for next week – to take all steps necessary to ensure that the people of the South Asian nation can “enjoy genuine freedom,
NEW YORK - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today rejected any notion that the United Nations is leaving Afghanistan, amid reports that the world body is pulling out of the country following the announcement that it will temporarily relocate some of its staff owing to security conce
KABUL - The United Nations said today it will temporarily relocate some of its staff as part of increased security measures following the deadly attack in the Afghan capital last week that killed five UN staff members and injured several others.