Shahidi Hassas District

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Location within Afghanistan [1]
Coordinates: 32°55′12″N65°28′48″E / 32.92000°N 65.48000°E / 32.92000; 65.48000 Coordinates: 32°55′12″N65°28′48″E / 32.92000°N 65.48000°E / 32.92000; 65.48000
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Province Uruzgan

Shahidi Hassas District (also called Caher Cineh - pronounced char chineh) is a district of Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan. [1]



Since 2006 government presence has gradually been reduced to a radius of five km around the district centre. In the Tagab area there has been no government presence at all since 2006. [2]

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  1. 1 2 "District Names". National Democratic Institute. Retrieved 5 June 2015.
  2. "A socio-political assessment of Uruzgan Province from 2006 to 2009" (PDF). The Liaison Office. Retrieved 5 June 2015.