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Provinces of Afghanistan
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Baghlan Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (76 words)
Baghlan (Persian: بغلان) is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan.
Its capital is Pol-e Khomri, but its name comes from Baghlan.
The ruins of a Zoroastrian fire temple, the Surkh Kotal, are located in Baghlan.
Paktika Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (463 words)
Paktika is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan.
Reconstruction in the province after the fall of the Taliban has been slow in comparison to that in nearby provinces such as Khost and Zabul, in large part due to the remoteness of the region and repeated attacks on aid workers.
While the province hasn't witnessed the outright fighting in the last few years that has affected provinces like Helmand, there is a constant low level of tribal violence accompanied by criminal and Taliban activity.
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