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Encyclopedia > Uruzgan province


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Afghan Province's Problems Underline Challenge for U.S. - washingtonpost.com (1344 words)
In many ways, Uruzgan is stuck in a vicious circle of danger and neglect.
While many other provinces forge ahead with reconstruction, work cannot begin in earnest here until the security situation improves, because most aid organizations and contractors are too fearful to set up shop.
Uruzgan was once home to Mohammad Omar, the Taliban leader, and his organization continues to enjoy some support here, especially among fellow ethnic Pashtuns.
Afghanistan timeline June 2004 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1180 words)
In Kunduz Province, Afghanistan, a NATO convey was bombed, killing a driver and three bystanders.
Eleven Chinese aid workers from Jiangxi province were killed in their compound by a score of armed men in Kunduz, Afghanistan, and another six were wounded.
In Paktia Province, Afghanistan, a convoy of Afghan and foreign staff preparing for the elections was ambushed.
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