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    LASHKARGAH, May 26, 2012: Photos are showcased at an exhibition that got underway in southern Helmand province on Saturday.


    Photo exhibition inaugurated in Helmand

    LASHKARGAH (PAN): A photo exhibition titled “New Afghanistan with Afghans’ Perspective” inaugurated in Lashkargah city, the capital of southern Helmand province on Saturday.

    Security and Crime

    5 militants killed, 6 security personnel hurt in Helmand

    LASHKARGAH (PAN): At least 16 people, including civilians, militants, Afghan and foreign soldiers, were killed and wounded during a spate of violence across southern Helmand province, officials said on Saturday.

    Accidents & Disasters

    9 killed, 19 injured as buses hit mines in Ghazni, Helmand

    GHAZNI/LASHKARGAH (PAN): At least nine passengers were killed and 19 others injured in two separate roadside bombings in southern Ghazni and Helmand provinces, officials said on Friday.

    Security and Crime

    Foreign forces pull out of Nawzad district

    LASHKARGAH (PAN): International troops have pulled out of the Nawzad district of southern Helmand province, leaving security responsibility for the town to Afghan forces, officials said on Sunday. 

    LASHKARGAH, May 19, 2012: Helmand Governor Muhammad Gulab Mangal addresses a traditional poetic session titled "Sapaand-Seend" (Stormy River) in capital city of southern Helmand province.


    Poetry session held in Lashkargah

    LASHKARGAH (PAN): A poetry session, attended by dozens of poets and writers, was held on Thursday night in the capital of southern Helmand province, officials said on Friday.

    Security and Crime

    NATO airstrike kills 3 bombers in Helmand

    LASHKARGAH (PAN): Local officials in the southern province of Helmand on Tuesday said three militants involved in roadside bombings were killed in a NATO airstrike.

    Security and Crime

    Helmand elders want MP brought to justice

    LASHKARGAH (PAN): Hundreds of tribal elders and former jihadi leaders on Monday asked the government to bring lawmaker Abdul Jabbar Qaharaman to justice for his “atrocities” during the Russian invasion of Afghanistan.

    LASHKARGAH, May 13, 2012: Locals attend a gathering organised by a Wolesi Jirga (Lower House) member, Jabar Qahraman, in southern Helmand province.
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