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districts (districts of Afghanistan) of Badakhshan Province in eastern Afghanistan. The district was formed in 2005 from part of Baharak District and is home to approximately 31,000 residents. Zalmay A. Gulzad was born in Kabul, Afghanistan and earned his Ph.D. in History from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He has lectured extensively on current affairs in South Asia, Central Asia, and the Middle East. His area of research covers contemporary Afghan politics

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, come from an immigrant background. Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan

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the special award Beauty for a Cause. Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan

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Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) location United States date June 30, 2002 Dari is the most widely spoken language in Afghanistan and the mother-tongue (first language) of approximately 50% of the population (Demography of Afghanistan), serving as the country's lingua franca. The Iranian and Afghan dialects of Persian are highly mutually intelligible, with differences found primarily in the vocabulary and phonology. Political views on the language The native-speakers of Dari usually call their language ''Farsi''. However, the term ''Dari'' has been officially promoted by the government of Afghanistan for political reasons, and enjoys equal official status alongside Pashto in Afghanistan. The local name for Persian language was officially changed from Farsi to Dari in 1964. Willem Vogelsang, "The Afghans", Blackwell Publishing, 2002 Declassified, Dr. Zaher said there would be, as there are now, two official languages, Pashto and Farsi, though the latter would henceforth be named Dari. In respective linguistic boundaries, Dari is the medium of education with Pashto being taught as a second language. Dari is considered a more prestigious language Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan

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, Refugees International conducts 20 to 25 field missions to identify displaced people’s needs for basic services such as food, water, health care, housing, access to education and protection from harm. Based on their field-based knowledge of humanitarian emergencies, they successfully challenge policy makers and aid agencies to improve the lives of displaced people around the world and frequently defend the strategic benefits of a continuation of US funding for foreign aid most recently in the 2011 budget debates. Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan

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Greeks , Iranians (Iranian peoples), Arabs (Arab people), Turks (Turkic people), Scythians, Afghans (Pashtun people) to name a few and also because of its geopolitical location straddling the Iranian Plateau, Central Asian, Tibetan and South Asian genetic spheres and as a result, the phenotypic expression of its people is reflective of this diversity. Large influxes of refugees from the surrounding nations have further exacerbated this change (Muhajirs (Muhajir (Pakistan)) from India in 1947, Kashmiris (Kashmiri people) refugees in 1948, Iranians in 1978, Afghans in th 1980s, Tajiks and Iraqis in 2001 etc..) During this time he oversaw a major review of the Australian Defence Force and also the military build-up which followed the Soviet (Soviet Union) invasion of Afghanistan in 1979. He oversaw the largest single piece of Defence expenditure in Australian history, the purchase of 75 F A-18 Hornets. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, founder of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community wrote a book named Jesus in India where he argued that Afghans (Afghanistan), Pashtuns and Pathans are descendants from the Tribes of Israel. He by giving resources says that Kish had five sons, one of whom was Irmia Jeremia, from whom Afghana had descended. Qais Abdur Rasheed was also a descendant of King Saul whose original name was Kish. He had met with Muhammad and embraced Islam. Muhammad changed his name to Qais Abdur Rasheed. His whole tribe embraced Islam. All of now's tribes in Afghanistan are descendants of him. Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan

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, Serbia, and Kosovo) and the Cyprus program (Turkish Republic of Cyprus, Republic of Cyprus, Greece, and Turkey) have been discontinued. Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan

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by the Khalsa Army, including wars with Mughals (Mughal Empire), Afghan (Afghanistan)-Sikh wars and Anglo-Sikh wars Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan


'''Afghanistan''' , making it the 41st (List of countries and dependencies by area) largest country in the world.

Human habitation in Afghanistan dates back to the Middle Paleolithic Era (Middle Paleolithic),

The political history of the modern state of Afghanistan began with the Hotak and Durrani (Durrani Empire) dynasties in the 18th century. In the late 19th century, Afghanistan became a buffer state in the "Great Game (The Great Game)" between British India (British Raj) and the Russian Empire. Following the 1919 Anglo-Afghan War (Third Anglo-Afghan War), King Amanullah (Amanullah Khan) and King Mohammed Zahir Shah (Mohammed Zahir Shah) attempted modernization of the country. A series of coups in the 1970s was followed by a Soviet invasion and a series of civil wars (War in Afghanistan (1978–present)) that devastated much of the country.

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