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#Afghan Heavy #Snowfall, #Avalanches Kill 191
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The death toll from avalanches and freezing weather conditions across Afghanistan has risen to 191, officials said Friday, as rescue operations were underway in the worst-affected areas.

Twenty-two provinces in Afghanistan have been blanketed by days of heavy snowfall, triggering avalanches, destroying buildings and leaving many trapped in their snowbound homes.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team


10-02-2017 | 14:43

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