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21 okt 2022

Ce rapport propose un aperçu de la situation sécuritaire en Egypte dans le nord du Sinaï en 2021 et 2022. La recherche a été clôturée le 11 octobre 2022.

21 okt 2022

Ce document a été rédigé sur base des informations publiques disponibles : des rapports d’organisations internationales - en particulier un rapport publié par le Haut-Commissariat des Nations unies pour les réfugiés en mars 2022 -, ceux de centres européens de documentation en matière d’asile et de migration - notamment un rapport du Service d’immigration danois publié en juin 2019 et contenant des entretiens de diverses organisations en Palestine - et des articles de presse. Le Cedoca a également pris contact avec l’organisation israélienne Gisha , l’Office des étrangers, l’Organisation internationale pour les migrations et avec un diplomate palestinien.   

Ce COI Focus est une mise à jour d’un rapport publié le 3 septembre 2020. Le Cedoca a clôturé la recherche le 11 octobre 2022. 

14 okt 2022

Dit onderzoek maakt een stand van zaken op over de veiligheidssituatie in Niger. Dit rapport is een update van de gelijknamige COI Focus van 12 april 2022. Het onderzoek richt zich in het bijzonder op de periode van maart 2022 tot juli 2022. Het onderzoek werd afgesloten op 30 augustus 2022.

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Afghanistan

23 augustus 2022

The purpose of this report is to provide security-related information relevant for international protection status determination.

This report is an update of the EASO COI report Afghanistan Security Situation first published in January 2015 and updated annually.

The reference period is 15 August 2021–30 June 2022. The report is to be read in conjunction with two other COI reports published by EUAA in August 2022: Afghanistan – Targeting of Individuals and Afghanistan – Key Socio-economic Indicators in Afghanistan and in Kabul City.

The drafting of this report was finalised on 8 July 2022. Only a few incidents taking place after this date were included in this report, such as the killing of Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in a US-drone attack on 31 July 2022.

16 augustus 2022

The purpose of this report is to provide information relevant for international protection status determination. The report contains information on targeting of individuals in Afghanistan.

The reference period is 1 December 2021–30 June 2022, and the report is partly to be viewed as a continuation of the EASO COI report: Afghanistan – Country Focus (January 2022).

Sections covering education personnel and forced recruitment were not covered in this preceding report. Therefore, these sections have reference periods starting on the date of the Taliban takeover of power in Afghanistan (15 August 2021). The background chapters also contain information from before the reference period.

The drafting of this report was finalised on 30 June 2022. Events taking place after this date are not included in this report, except for some clarifying information on the outcomes of a grand assembly that took place in Kabul City on 30 June 2022–2 July 2022.

This report was jointly written by the Country of Origin Information (COI) sector of EUAA and notably the Centre for Documentation and Research (Cedoca), the Belgian COI unit of the Office of the Commissioner General for Refugees and Stateless Person (CGRS).

16 augustus 2022

The purpose of this report is to provide relevant information for the assessment of international protection status determination, including refugee status and subsidiary protection. In particular, it is intended to inform the update of the Country Guidance on Afghanistan April 2022.

The reference period is from 1 December 2021 until 30 June 2022. Some additional information was added during the finalisation of this report in response to feedback received during the quality control process, until 4 August 2022. The drafting of this report was finalised on 29 July 2022.

05 mei 2022

Het doel van dit onderzoek is een stand van zaken op te maken over de veiligheidssituatie in Afghanistan in de eerste maanden van 2022. Het onderzoek richt zich in het bijzonder op de periode tussen 1 januari 2022 en 27 april 2022. Het Agentschap voor Asiel van de Europese Unie (European Union Agency of Asylum, EUAA, voorheen EASO) heeft de situatie voor 2022 al beschreven in een rapport van januari 2022. Deze COI Focus kan gelezen worden als een beknopte update en aanvulling op het EUAA-rapport. Soms herneemt de COI Focus informatie over de periode van voor januari 2022 wanneer deze relevant is voor een beter begrip van de situatie in de huidige verslagperiode of voor de weergave van trends over een langere termijn.

Het onderzoek voor deze COI Focus is afgesloten op 27 april 2022.

07 januari 2022

This report covers initial developments since the Taliban takeover on 15 August 2021, namely the Taliban's government formation, policy making and policy implementation, as well as the situation under Taliban rule for the general population and for some specific groups or profiles. Security incidents and violence related to resistance, insurgent groups, terrorism and similar elements have also been included, as well as information on the general humanitarian situation. The report does not cover events after 8 December 2021.

09 september 2021

This report covers the overall security situation in Afghanistan from 1 March to 31 August 2021 and contains information on clashes and other security related events on provincial and district level during the reference period. The report also describes the Taliban's take-over of Afghanistan as international forces withdrew, beginning with the increased number of districts falling under Taliban control between March and July, followed by the capture of provincial capitals between 6 and 14 August, including the 'heavily defended' northern city of Mazar-e Sharif, and the final take-over of the capital Kabul on 15 August 2021. 

The report does not cover events after 31 August.

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Informatie over de asielprocedure op maat van de asielzoeker, vindt u op : asyluminbelgium.be.