Afghan conference in Bonn as Nato troops eye exit
A major international conference on Afghanistan's future is due to open in the German city of Bonn.
It comes 10 years after a similar gathering held in the city, weeks after the Taliban fell from power.
Organisers want to bolster long-term international engagement with Afghanistan and support efforts to restore security.
But key player Pakistan is boycotting the talks in protest at a Nato attack on a border checkpoint last month.
David Loyn reports.
05 Dec 2011
- From the section Asia