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    Mohammad Barat

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    Security and Crime

    Madrasa students protest teacher's arrest

    AIBAK (PAN): Hundreds of madrasa (seminary) students and religion scholars staged a protest in northern Samangan province on Sunday for the release of a cleric arrested by local intelligence agents



    Reconstruction

    20-km road graveled in Samangan

    AIBAK (PAN): A 20-kilometre road, benefitting more than 100,000 people, has been graveled in northern Samangan province, an official said on Wednesday.



    Reconstruction

    Retaining wall, bridge built in Samangan

    AIBAK (PAN): A retaining wall and a bridge, benefiting hundreds of people, were constructed in northern Samangan province, officials said on Saturday.



    Education

    More than 35,000 children lack access education in Samangan

    AIBAK (PAN): More than 35,000 children, about 70 percent of them girls, are being deprived of education due to various problems in northern Samangan province, an official said on Monday.



    Education

    Samangan schools receive equipment

    AIBAK (PAN): Forty schools were provided books, stationery, furniture and laboratory equipment in northern Samangan province on Tuesday, an education official said.



    Misc

    The stone eater of Samangan

    AIBAK (PAN):Sofi Abdul Razaq, 71, is somewhat of a local celebrity in Afghanistan’s northern Samangan province. He’s not an entertainer, neither is he a mass leader.



    Governance

    Militant group joins peace process

    AIBAK (PAN): A four-member militant group joined the peace process in Dara-i-Sauf Payan district of northern Samangan province, officials said on Wednesday.



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    4 die in collision in Samangan

    AIBAK (PAN): Four people were killed and as many others were injured when a car crashed into another vehicle on a highway in northern Samangan province on Sunday, officials said.



    Education

    2,700 complete literacy course in Samangan

    AIBAK (PAN): About 2,700 people, most of them women, completed a nine-month literacy course in northern Samangan province, officials said on Monday.