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Jirga resolves 35-year-old enmity in Farah

Jirga resolves 35-year-old enmity in Farah

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Jan 05, 2015 - 12:48

FARAH CITY (Pajhwok): A decades-long enmity between some families from the same tribe was resolved by a jirga in the Pushrud district of western Farah province on Friday, an official said.

Amir Mohammad Ayubi, the head of Farah Peace Committee, told Pajhwok Afghan News the 35-year-old dispute among the Barakzai tribesmen had so far claimed 15 lives in Kharaba area and the rivals finally reconciled on Friday.

He said the enmity had been among families of Mohammad Azeem, Syed Gul, Mohammad Hashim and Abdul Khaliq.

“It was one of the most dangerous feuds in Farah lasting many years. It had begun from a minor issue.”

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