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  • Abdul Rashid Dostum [r]: Afghan Uzbek warlord who had been the dominant figure in the north, although he may have gone into exile in Turkey [e]
  • Afghanistan [r]: A landlocked Islamic republic in Central Asia which borders China, Iran, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan. [e]
  • Arab [r]: People who identify with or recognise heritage from areas of the Middle East and North Africa on linguistic, cultural, ethnic or religious grounds. [e]
  • Ari Babakhanov [r]: An instrumental musician performing Central Asian traditional music, particularly of the Shash maqom style. [e]
  • Balkh Province [r]: The most developed province of northern Afghanistan, whose capital is Mazar-e-Sharif; it has the key route into Uzbekistan [e]
  • Battle of Kunduz [r]: A battle in northern Afghanistan in November 2001, the climax of the northern campaign, which involved numerous Taliban prisoner deaths, in a possible atrocity and in a prison revolt [e]
  • CIA activities in Asia-Pacific [r]: This is a regional-level subpage dealing with CIA intelligence and operations pertaining to the Asia-Pacific area. Large topics may be in subordinate pages. [e]
  • Hamid Karzai [r]: President of Afghanistan, who took interim office in 2002, was reelected to a full five-year term in 2004, and gained another term after a disputed election in August 2009; Pashtun of the Durrani tribe [e]
  • Mazar-e-Sharif [r]: Afghanistan's second-largest city, in its north [e]
  • Northern Alliance [r]: A military alliance against the Taliban in Afghanistan's civil war, which, with U.S. assistance, drove it from power in the Afghanistan War (2001-2021) [e]
  • Parwan Province [r]: Province of Afghanistan, north of Kabul. [e]
  • Salafism [r]: A diverse and dynamic current within Islam. [e]
  • Tajik [r]: An ethnic group of Central Asia, culturally Persian and speaking the Dari dialect of Farsi; they are the dominant group of Tajikistan and the second largest ethnic group of Afghanistan [e]
  • Taliban [r]: Extremist political and religious faction that emerged in Afghanistan in the 1990s and has twice seized power in the country. [e]
  • Turkic languages [r]: Language family of Asia and Europe. [e]