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Kabul left without Tajik electricity after Taliban broke power transmission line
Central Asia | incidents | 14:38, 26 March 2018 | 1334

AKIPRESS.COM - Taliban militants damaged the power transmission line in northern Afghanistan leaving Kabul without the Tajik electricity, Sputnik-Tajikistan reports...

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