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Afghanistan Afghanistan often called the crossroads of Central Asia has had a turbulent history This country was passed around through rulers It was passed from Alexander the Great the Turks the Arabs the Persians to Ghengis Khan to the Pashtuns to the British then after 3 Anglo-Afghan wars Afghanistan earned its independence on August 19 1919 Through out the century this county was real quiet and remained neutral through many wars including World War 1 Not until the Soviet invasion did this country show it ferocity against foreign rule as it did against the British Ten years of brutal war against the Soviet Union had ravished this country Years of civil war which just not long ago calmed down have caused a gap between many tribes and families that may take a long time to close Life in the Islamic State of Afghanistan as you would formally call it is rough because of the poverty war and the form of government it is going through as of this moment Afghanistan is located in southern Asia With a literal global position at 33 00 N and 65 00 E Afghanistan is pretty much landlocked Nevertheless the country has water supply through the rivers and canals throughout the country The rivers main source is from the snowmelt off of the mountains in the Hindu Kush which is the largest mountain range there The climate there is mainly arid to semi arid with the winters being extremely cold and the summers being intensely hot With this kind of weather you wouldnt be surprised to find out that there isnt really a permanent crop grown here But they do have pastures and only about 12 percent of the land is arable Not to say this in a joking manner but land mines have become a prominent land feature of this war-torn nation The population of Afghanistan is 26813057 with the males outnumbering the females If you
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