Ahmad Aba District

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Ahmad Aba is a district in Paktia province

Ahmad Aba District (Pashto : احمد ابا ولسوالۍ, Persian : ولسوالی احمد آبا), also known as Ahmadabad District, is a district in Paktia Province, Afghanistan. It is located to the east of Gardez, the provincial capital of Paktia. Ahmad Aba District was created in 2005 within Said Karam District.

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On 16 May 2020, in an overnight attack on a security checkpoint in Ahmad Aba District, the Taliban killed eight Afghan soldiers and wounded nine others. The soldiers had been providing security for a multi-purpose dam. [1] [2]

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References

  1. "11 Afghan Soldiers Killed In Attacks On Security Checkpoints". 16 May 2020 via https://gandhara.rferl.org/.
  2. "Several killed in Afghanistan as militants attack checkpoints". 16 May 2020 via https://www.gulf-times.com/.