23 April 2010 - A group of 34 Guinea-Bissau Police agents selected for deployment at the first country's model police station today completed their initial module of training.
1 April 2010 - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged the military and political leadership of Guinea-Bissau to resolve their differences peacefully and to maintain constitutional order and the rule of law, after military incidents in which the Prime Minister was briefly detained.
24 March 2010 - UNIOGBIS and Guinea-Bissau Government today signed an agreement for the construction of a model police station in 'Bairro Militar', one of the capital's most populated neighborhood, within the establishment of a new police model for the country.
5 March 2010 - Following the upheaval experienced in 2009 when a series of political assassinations threatened security and stability in Guinea-Bissau, current conditions bode well for progress towards peace and prosperity in the West African nation, a top United Nations official said today.
3 March 2010 - Security sector reform remains the most crucial element to ensuring stability in Guinea-Bissau, according to a new United Nations report released today, which calls on the international community to support the country's efforts towards this goal.
25 February - Guinea-Bissau today adopted its national plan of action for the implementation of Security Council Resolution 1325, following an inclusive consultation process involving the authorities and civil organizations supported by the UN.
8 February 2010 - Despite an encouraging commitment to peacebuilding priorities on the part of the Guinea-Bissau authorities, there had been only slow progress in security-sector reform, economic development and combating drug trafficking, the Chairperson of the Peacebuilding Commission's relevan