By: Humayoon Zaheen , Date:13/09/2015
FARAH CITY (Pajhwok): Five days of clashes between security forces and insurgents have displaced hundreds of families in Khak-i-Safed district of western Farah province, officials said on Monday. The gun b... Read More
By: Pajhwok Reporter , Date:31/08/2015
FARA CITY (Pajhwok): Members of the Provincial Council (PC) on Monday complained against the increasing number of mysterious killings in the capital of western Farah province, asking the government to prevent the lo... Read More
By: Pajhwok Reporter , Date:01/07/2015
FARAH CITY (Pajhwok): A number of Afghan Local Police (ALP) in Balabuluk district in western Farah province joined Taliban ranks, an official confirmed. The number of deserters has reportedly stood between five to... Read More

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FARAH CITY (Pajhwok): Five days of clashes between security forces and insurgents have displaced hundreds of families in Khak-i-Safed district of western Farah province, officials said on Monday.
The gun battles that continued for five consecutive days forced hundreds of families in Khoshkabi, Korghan, Nawi Deh and some other areas to flee their homes and move to Push-i-Rod and Bala Baluck districts of the province, a member of the provincial council, Dadullah Qani, told Pajhwok Afghan News. He had no information about casualties in the clashes.

FARA CITY (Pajhwok): Members of the Provincial Council (PC) on Monday complained against the increasing number of mysterious killings in the capital of western Farah province, asking the government to prevent the loss of precious lives.
Deputy head of the council, Khair Mohammad Moorzai, told a gathering that more than 20 persons, including security officials and common people, had been mysteriously killed during the past three months.
He said targeted killings had terrified people and had deprived them of a free movement.

FARAH CITY (Pajhwok): A number of Afghan Local Police (ALP) in Balabuluk district in western Farah province joined Taliban ranks, an official confirmed.
The number of deserters has reportedly stood between five to 20. Iqbal Baher, Farah police spokesman, told Pajhwok Afghan News 13 ALP personnel, including their commander Sher Aqa, joined Taliban on Tuesday night in Grani locality.
He did not go into details but Farid Bakhtawar, provincial council head, said at least 15 local policemen have joined Taliban and taken away their arms with them.

FARAH CITY (Pajhwok): Construction process of a key bridge connecting three districts with the capital of western Farah province has kicked off, an official said on Thursday.
The construction of the bridge -- 200 metres long and 18 metres wide -- begun in Rigi locality of the provincial capital on Wednesday, provincial economic director Zahir Shah Khadim told Pajhwok Afghan News.
He said the project worth of 71.4 million Afghanis was sponsored by the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) and would take 15 months to complete.

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د فراه د خاکسفید سلګونه کورنۍ بېځایه شوې دي
By: Humayoon Z... , Date:13/09/2015

Days of clashes displace hundreds in Farah

FARAH CITY (Pajhwok): Five days of clashes between security forces and insurge... Read More

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د فراه د خاکسفید سلګونه کورنۍ بېځایه شوې دي
By: Humayoon Z... , Date:13/09/2015

Days of clashes displace hundreds in Farah

FARAH CITY (Pajhwok): Five days of clashes between security forces and insurge... Read More