Feyzabad

Feyzabad

 

(Faizabad), a city in northeastern Afghanistan, situated in an oasis on the Kokcha River. Administrative center of Badakhshan Province. Population, 60,000 (1966). Feyzabad is linked by road to the main circular highway connecting Kabul, Kandahar, Herat, and Mazari-i-Sharif. The city has flour mills and produces leather and wool. Feyzabad is also a commercial center.

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For instance, one of the first airfields assessed was Feyzabad in Badakhshan Province.
5 miles and centered 51 miles  southeast of the town of Feyzabad, capital of the Afghan province of Badakhshan.
5 miles (203 km) and centered 51 miles (82 km) southeast of the town of Feyzabad in the mountainous border area.
The quake was 196km deep and centred 82km southeast of Feyzabad in a remote area of Afghanistan in the Hindu Kush mountain range.
The strong earthquake, which is predicted a great deal property damage to have occurred, was 196 km deep and centered 82 km southeast of Feyzabad in Northeastern part of Afghanistan in the Hindu Kush mountain range.
The quake was 196 km deep and centered 82 km southeast of Feyzabad in a remote area of Afghanistan in the Hindu Kush mountain range.
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Mongolia now has some 370 soldiers in Afghanistan in support of both Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), including fixed-site security missions at Camp Eggers and in support of Germany's ISAF contingent in Feyzabad, as well as 25 artillery trainers and six helicopter trainers.
A further contract for another two systems is expected from 2011, allowing the full protection of German forward operating bases at Feyzabad, Kunduz and Mazar-e-Sharif in northeastern Afghanistan.