Richard Holbrooke, the US diplomat who brokered the accord that ended the war in Bosnia and served as US special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, died on Monday.
Holbrooke, 69, whose government career spanned nearly five decade
US Afghan envoy Richard Holbrooke held a cordial and unplanned meeting with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Mohammed Mehdi Akhoundzadeh in The Hague on Tuesday, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said.
Clinton told a news conference at
President Barack Obama plans a significant increase in the size of the Afghan police force, US special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke said.
Holbrooke said the Obama administration's initial plan to help boost
US special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke visited northwest Pakistan's tribal region on Wednesday, where security forces have been battling Islamist militants, officials said.
Holbrooke arrived in Pakistan late on