Zazi Maidan District

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Jaji Maidan District shown in orange in the far north. The two "j" letters are pronounced as in the Chinese name Beijing. Khost districts.png
Jaji Maidan District shown in orange in the far north. The two "j" letters are pronounced as in the Chinese name Beijing.

Zazi Maidan District (Pashto : ځاځي ميدان ولسوالۍ), or Jaji Maidan or Dzadzi Maidan, is located in the northeastern part of Khost Province, Afghanistan. It borders Bak District to the west, Paktia Province to the north, and the Kurram Agency of Pakistan to the north and east. According to Afghanistan's National Statistics and Information Authority (NSIA), the 2020 estimated population of the district was 26,236 people. [1] The district center is the village of Zazi Maidan, situated in the eastern part of the district.

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  1. "Estimated Population of Afghanistan 2020-21" (PDF). National Statistics and Information Authority (NSIA). www.nsia.gov.af. p. 23. Retrieved 2021-03-24.