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    Migration

    50 displaced families in urgent need of aid

    AIBAK (PAN): Fifty internally displaced families are living in harsh conditions in the Khuram Sarbagh district of northern Samangan province, officials said on Wednesday.



    Agriculture

    Samangan grapes yield sees huge boost

    AIBAK (PAN): Grapes production in the Feroz Nakhchar district of northern Samangan province has increased to 6,000 tonnes in 2012 from last year’s figure of 5,000 tonnes, officials said on Sunday.



    Security and Crime

    Weapons surrendered to DIAG

    AIBAK (PAN): Seventy-six weapons were surrendered to the Disbandment of Illegal Armed Groups (DIAG) programme in northern Samangan province, officials said on Wednesday.



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    13-fold increase in Samangan wheat reap

    AIBAK (PAN): Wheat production in northern Samangan province has increased 13 times compared to last year’s yield, officials said on Sunday.



    Business & Economics

    3,000 Aibak families to get food aid

    AIBAK (PAN): Nearly 3,000 families would be given 22.5 million afghanis food aid by the World Food Program (WFP) in northern Samangan province, an official said on Wednesday.



    Security and Crime

    Imam held for raping schoolgirl

    KABUL/AIBAK (PAN): A prayer leader was detained on the charge of sexually abusing a schoolgirl during the holy month of Ramazan in northern Samangan province, the Ministry of Interior said. 



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    20 NATO supply tankers torched in Samangan

    AIBAK (PAN): More than 20 NATO supply fuel tankers parked at a terminal were torched after two back-to-back explosions on the outskirts of Aibak, the capital of northern Samangan province, drivers and officials said on Wednesday.



    Security and Crime

    Foreign hand seen behind Samangan blast

    AIBAK (PAN): Interior Minister Gen. Bismillah Mohammadi on Sunday alleged there was foreign hand behind the deadly suicide attack in Aibak, the capital of northern Samangan province. 



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    Samangan farmers fear locust threats

    AIBAK (PAN): Despite recent anti-locust campaigns, farmers in northern Samangan province still fear locust swarms may destroy their crops next year.



    Accidents & Disasters

    5 killed in Samangan car-tanker collision

    AIBAK (PAN): Five people were killed and a sixth wounded when a car collided with a fuel tanker in western Samangan province on Wednesday, officials said.