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Thousands of poppy plants destroyed in Afghanistan
27 January, 2015
KANDAHAR: A top Afghan provincial official has said thousands of poppy plants have been destroyed in some 20,000 acres in Zhari district of the southern Kandahar province.
In a recent interview, district governor Jamal Agha told Xinhua that Zhari, a former Taliban stronghold, was known for its massive cultivation of poppy.
Kandahar province, with Kandahar city as its capital, used to be under Taliban control.
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