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Inauguration of a newly reconstructed mosque

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Inauguration of a newly reconstructed mosque

helmand jpgA mosque in Lashkargah, Helmand, was inaugurated by the Helmand Governor Muhammad Naeem Baloch on Friday.

The mosque, with an accommodation capacity of 400 people, was destroyed a few years ago in an attack by the foreign forces on Taliban fighters.

The Ministry of Rural Development undertook the reconstruction project of the mosque at a cost of 3mn AFN.

Meanwhile, a school was inaugurated in Khansheen district of Helmand province yesterday.

Addressing the gathering, the governor said the construction of the school cost USD 400,000 and was funded by the U.S.A.



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