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Barech (also Baraich, Bareach,Baraise kheil or Barreach) is a Pashtun tribe in southern Kandahar province of Afghanistan. [1] The Barech live primarily in Shorawak District. [2]

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References

  1. see Adamec, Historical and Political Gazetteer of Afghanistan, Vol. 5, Kandahar and South-Central Afghanistan” 1980, Akademische Druck-u.Verlaganstalt, Graz-Austria
  2. "Kandahar Provincial Overview". Naval Postgraduate School. Retrieved 13 October 2019.

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