അഫ്ഗാൻ യുദ്ധം (2001- നിലവിൽ)

വിക്കിപീഡിയ, ഒരു സ്വതന്ത്ര വിജ്ഞാനകോശം.
അഫ്ഗാൻ യുദ്ധം (2001)
അഫ്ഗാൻ യുദ്ധത്തിന്റെയും തീവ്രവാദത്തിനെതിരായ ആഗോളപോരാട്ടത്തിന്റെയും ഭാഗം

Clockwise from top-left: British Royal Marines take part in the clearance of Nad-e Ali District of Helmand Province; two F/A-18 strike fighters conduct combat missions over Afghanistan; an anti-Taliban fighter during an operation to secure a compound in Helmand Province; A French chasseur alpin patrols a valley in Kapisa Province; U.S. Marines prepare to board buses shortly after arriving in southern Afghanistan; Taliban fighters in a cave hideout; U.S. soldiers prepare to fire a mortar during a mission in Paktika Province.
തിയതി7 October 2001–present (22 വർഷം, 4 മാസം, 3 ആഴ്ച and 2 ദിവസം)
സ്ഥലംAfghanistan
സ്ഥിതിOngoing
യുദ്ധത്തിൽ ഏർപ്പെട്ടിരിക്കുന്നവർ
Coalition:

Major contributing nations with more than 300 troops as of 27th October 2014

അഫ്ഗാനിസ്താൻ Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (2001–)
Insurgent groups:
2001 invasion:

അഫ്ഗാനിസ്താൻ Northern Alliance
 United States
 United Kingdom
 Australia

 Canada
2001 invasion:

അഫ്ഗാനിസ്താൻ Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

Al-Qaeda
പടനായകരും മറ്റു നേതാക്കളും
United States Barack Obama

യുണൈറ്റഡ് കിങ്ഡം David Cameron
ജെർമനി Angela Merkel
ഇറ്റലി Matteo Renzi
അഫ്ഗാനിസ്താൻ Ashraf Ghani
Gen John F. Campbell, USA


Formerly:
United States George W. Bush
യുണൈറ്റഡ് കിങ്ഡം Tony Blair
യുണൈറ്റഡ് കിങ്ഡം Gordon Brown
ഓസ്ട്രേലിയ John Howard
കാനഡ Jean Chrétien
കാനഡ Paul Martin
കാനഡ Stephen Harper
ജെർമനി Gerhard Schröder
ഇറ്റലി Silvio Berlusconi
ഇറ്റലി Romano Prodi
ഇറ്റലി Mario Monti
ഇറ്റലി Enrico Letta

അഫ്ഗാനിസ്താൻ Hamid Karzai
List of former ISAF Commanders
അഫ്ഗാനിസ്താൻ Mohammed Omar

Ayman al-Zawahiri Jalaluddin Haqqani


Formerly:

Osama bin Laden  (KIA)
ശക്തി
ISAF: 34,512[3]
അഫ്ഗാനിസ്താൻ Afghan National Security Forces: 352,000[4]
അഫ്ഗാനിസ്താൻ Taliban: 60,000 (tentative estimate)[5]

Al-Qaeda: 50–100[6][7]

Haqqani network: 4,000–15,000[8][9][10]
നാശനഷ്ടങ്ങൾ
Coalition:

Killed: 3,479 (United States: 2,347, United Kingdom: 453, Canada: 158, France: 86, Germany: 54, Italy: 48, Denmark: 43, Australia: 41, Poland: 40, Spain: 34, Georgia: 27, Netherlands: 25, Romania: 21, Turkey: 14, NATO: 12, New Zealand: 11, Norway: 10, Others: 46)
Wounded: 23,500+
Contractors:
Killed: 1,143[11][12]
Wounded: 15,000+*[11][12]
Aircraft:
Aircraft losses: 192 Afghan Security Forces:
10,086+ killed[13][14][15]
Afghan Northern Alliance:
200 killed[16][17][18][19]

Total killed: 14,859+
Killed: 20,000–35,000[5]
Civilians killed: 16,725–19,013 (2001–2013)[20]

അമേരിക്കയും നാറ്റോ സൈനിക സഖ്യവും 2001 ഒക്ടോബർ 7 മുതൽ താലിബാനെതിരെ തുടങ്ങിയ യുദ്ധമാണ് അഫ്ഗാൻ യുദ്ധം (2001-നിലവിൽ). യുദ്ധാനന്തരം അഫ്ഗാനിസ്താനിലെ താലിബാൻ നേതൃത്വത്തിലുള്ള ഇസ്ലാമിക് എമിറേറ്റ് ഓഫ് അഫ്ഗാനിസ്താൻ സർക്കാർ പരാജയപ്പെട്ടു.

അവലംബം[തിരുത്തുക]

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