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UN team assesses humanitarian situation in Zabul province

UN team assesses humanitarian situation in Zabul province

A joint team led by UNAMA’s southern regional officials visited Qalat, the capital of Afghanistan’s Zabul province, to assess the humanitarian and security situation in the aftermath of recent military activity.

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UN team assesses humanitarian situation in Zabul province

27 May, 2015

UN team assesses humanitaria…

A joint team led by UNAMA’s southern regional officials visited Qalat, the...

Beekepping promises profits for returnees

18 May, 2015

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UNAMA stresses international obligation to support Afghanistan

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