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The Afghan government has delivered on nearly a half century of promises to reform Afghanistan’s war-time government by the end of 2017, when it is expected to win international recognition as a legitimate government.

President Ashraf Ghani, whose government has since taken power following the Taliban’s withdrawal, declared the victory a major milestone in peace building.

While the success of the operation – dubbed “The End of War” by the United Nations – is the culmination of nearly three decades of peace talks, it has come at a cost.

The United Nations estimates that as many as 1,000 civilians have been killed in the eight months that have followed and more than two dozen Afghans have a바카라사이트lready been killed. The estimated casualties since the conflict began have reached over 2,700.

Since 2009, nearly 90 percent of Afghanistan’s population of about 20 million has been displaced. For years, Afghans have been left without basic rights, unable to vote, or access electricity, water, fuel or access medicine.

In 2011, U.S. war planes and special forces targeted more than 130 homes and a church in the village of Sari-e-Bak in the southern city of Kunduz, killing several families – many of whom were in need of urgent medical care. But no one knows precisely how many civilians were killed in the air raids that resulted in nearly 70 more deaths.

The conflict in Afghanistan has been plagued with political unrest for years, but until now many observers of the conflict were quick to place it at a stalemate.

But as the new year draws to a close, many experts say that there is growing acceptance of the challenges ahead and that some progress can be made.

In a statement this past December, Ghani noted that “the government has accomplished the great promise of the revolution by ending years of conflict, including the l우리카지노ongest conflict since the country was founde