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Afghanistan

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Transcript of Afghanistan

Afghanistan
Afghanistan
Resources
The resources of this country could make it one of the richest mining regions in the world. It has had over 1,400 mineral occurrences, including gold, iron ore, and uranium.
Geography
Afghanistan has a rocky, mountainous geography. The Hindu Kush mountain range splits the country in half east to west.
Afghanistan is a landlocked country in Asia. It is roughly the size of Texas, and contains 30.55 million people. That may seem like a lot, but that's 288.35 million less people than the United States
Government
After the overthrow of the Taliban, Afghanistan formed an Islamic Republic government. In this government, the country is run by the president and a parliament of two bodies, the Wolesi Jirga, the more powerful of the two, and the Meshrano Jirga.
Tourism
Afghanistan is the 10th least visited country in the world. This is not because of its cold mountains and beautiful scenery, but because of frequent bombings and terrorism. This activity does not make Afghanistan a desirable place to visit.
Conclusion
Even though it has war and is not the most desirable place to go on vacation, Afghanistan is more than that. It may be dangerous, but hopefully, someday, it will be known for its geography, resources, and powerful government instead of the bombing and terrorism that cloud its reputation.
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