CHARIKAR (AFP) - A second wave of Afghanistan's transition from Nato to local control officially started Thursday as international forces handed over most of a peaceful province. All but two districts of Parwan province, north of the capital Kabul, are being handed to Afghan control. The area is the first to transition formally after President Hamid Karzai announced Sunday a list of six provinces, seven cities and dozens of districts which are expected to switch in the coming weeks. The transition process should allow foreign combat troops to leave Afghanistan by the end of 2014.