Kohistanat District

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Kohistanat
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Coordinates: 36°13′17″N65°55′40″E / 36.22139°N 65.92778°E / 36.22139; 65.92778 Coordinates: 36°13′17″N65°55′40″E / 36.22139°N 65.92778°E / 36.22139; 65.92778
CountryFlag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan
Province Sar-e Pol
Population
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Islam
Time zone UTC+4:30

Kohistanat District is a district of Sar-e Pol Province, Afghanistan.

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War in Afghanistan

In June, 2019, Afghan security forces launched clearance operations to remove insurgents from the district, killing 16 militants. [1]

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References

  1. "Afghan security force members take part in military operation in Sari Pul province - Xinhua | English.news.cn".