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  • Literacy In Afghanistan

    Afghanistan is one of many third world countries. It is located in South Asia. Afghanistan is surrounded by other countries such as Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan,Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. Its also close to the Arabian Sea. Some places have kings and queens, monarchies, and etc. Afghanistan has a president just like us. Right now their president is Ashraf Ghani. The population in Afghanistan at this time is 30.55 million. Fifty years from now the population should be 40,216,962.37. Men and women have different life expectancies, for example, women in Afghanistan live to usually be around 52.3 years old. Men on the other hand, are said to live to be around 49.5 years old. Women usually live longer than men, I think the reason for this is that men do more risky things. There are more births than there are deaths in Afghanistan, the birth rate is 38.6 per 1,000 while the death rate is only 13.9 per 1,000.…

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  • Afghanistan Geography

    Afghanistan is located in south-central Asia. It is neighbored by China, Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. It is a land locked country with some lakes and rivers. Its Official name is Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. It had roughly 31,822,848 people in the country in 2014. It is roughly the size of Texas, and the longest part of Afghanistan is 770 miles or 1,240 kilometer long. Most of Afghanistan is mountain. The Hindu Kush Mountains run northeast to southwest and divide…

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  • Culture Of Afghanistan

    The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is a landlocked multiethnic country located within South Asia and Central Asia. The country’s strategic location along important trade routes connecting Asia to Europe and the Middle East has made it a target by invading emperors and armies for centuries. The unforgiving Afghan terrain of deserts and mountains has left even the strongest armies defeated. The Hindu Kush mountain range runs northeast to southwest dividing the Northern provinces from the rest of…

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  • War In Afghanistan

    On September 11, 2001, the United States and many of its citizens became eager for revenge on Osama Bin Laden and the Taliban. As an effect of losing nearly three thousand American lives, President George W. Bush signed and enacted a joint resolution, allowing him to “use force against those responsible for attacking the United States,” on September 18, 2001 (“U.S. War in Afghanistan”). Only a week after the heart-breaking attacks, the nation widely supported what would turn out to be the most…

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  • Afghanistan Description

    Afghanistan is a country with a deep history. Many famous people have encountered the country including Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Tamerlane. Afghanistan is one of the poorest countries in the world with little to offer agriculturally. This paper describes Afghanistan’s population in spite of the country’s instability due to their physical environment, dysfunctional military, and lack of money. Afghanistan is a country surrounded by land. Its nearest coast line it the Arabian…

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  • Environmental Issues In Afghanistan

    the Pashtun tribes were united in 1747, Afghanistan was founded. Afghanistan served as a buffer between the British and Russian Empires until it won independence from the British in 1919. The democracy ended in 1973 when the government was overthrown in a coup and again in 1978 by a communist inspired group. This government was supported by the Soviet Union who invaded in 1979 to support the communist regime. Russia withdrew in 1989 under pressure from internationally supported anti-communist…

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  • Afghanistan Military Analysis

    During the Afghanistan war (2001-2014), over forty thousand Canadian Armed Forces members served in Afghanistan and an operation in September 2006 involved more than one thousand Canadian Armed Force members which was Canada’s largest combat operation in over 50 years(Veterans Affairs Canada n.p). The estimated cost of the Canadian military was estimated to be over fourteen billion dollars. The day after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York, President George W. Bush was asked to…

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  • Women's Rights In Afghanistan

    Women’s Rights in Afghanistan Women all around the world have struggled with having equal rights for centuries. In essence, the women in the United States are privileged because they are 23rd in the world for having the uttermost respect of men and share the same equal rights as most of the men in the country. On top of that list is Iceland, there the women are looked upon almost just as equally as men. At the bottom of the list is Pakistan and Afghanistan. Thus, Americans feel compelled to…

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  • Write An Essay On Afghanistan

    Afghanistan: Final Inference Essay Response Afghanistan is a country run by the taloba for about 20 year they have a lot of death but people try and live through it their are kid getting addicted to heroin they are strong bad. The socially they have a lot of trouble with other countries and the taliban rule afghanistan. The taliban have closed all school for the people will not get a good education. In the book bread winner on (page 30-33) parvan dad is taken out of his home for getting an…

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  • Afghanistan Family Essay

    History: Throughout history, Afghanistan has been used a gateway from Europe through to Asia, due to where it is situated. Many tribes and cultures have passed through, and made it their home. Those included Persians, under Darius the Great as well as the Greeks who were brought over by Alexander the Great; this all come about around 323-522 BCE. Throughout 699-700 Islam became a part of Afghanistan, due to an Arab invasion in Kandahar. Within the 13th century, Genghis Khan (the founder of the…

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