Puli Alam District

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Puli Alam in 2007

Puli Alam, also spelled Pul-i-Alam or Pol-e Alam, is a district of Logar Province, Afghanistan. The population of Puli Alam is estimated at around 108,000, which is composed of Pashtuns, Tajiks and a few others. The capital of the district is Puli Alam city, which is also the provincial capital.

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Puli Alam has undergone reconstruction work after the fall of Taliban government.

A Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) of the Czech Republic is based in the district.

Security and politics

It was reported on 23 November 2009 that unknown armed men destroyed a girls' school in the district's headquarters. [1]

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References

  1. " Armed men destroy girl school in southern Afghanistan" 23 November 2009. KABUL. Xinhua News. Accessed at: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-11/23/content_12526598.htm