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Timeline: 1962: The Apocalypse
OTL equivalent: Kabul, Laghman, Nangarhar, Kapisa, Logar, Panjshir, Parvan and Wardak.
Coat of Arms
Location of Kabul Republic (1962: The Apocalypse)
Afghan (Peshto), Dari Persian and Tajik
Standardised UK English, Pashayi, Uzbek, Persian, Urdu and Arabic.
Islam, Zoastafarians, Buddhism, Sikhs and Hindus
Ethnic groups: main:
25% Uzbeks, 12% Pashtun, 6% Persians, 2% Hazara and 3% Others.
Type of government:
President: Omar Shafiqu
Prime Minster: Iqbal Hussani
6,672,752 (Feb 2011 est)
The 1997 Kara-kalpak, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tajik, Turkmen and Uzbek Alliance.
Number of military personnel:
6,552 conscripts and 2,475 volunteers.
The Kabul Republic Edit
The Kabul Republic is a stable region in eastern Afghanistan, formerly controlled by pro-democracy forces of the Kabul Republic if Afghanistan.
After Doomsday Edit
Fist Contact Edit
The Swat Valley Edit
The 1974 Hunza earthquake devistated the Swat Valley in the the ex-Pakistani province of Swat (Urdu: ریاست سوات), which had beecome the Islamic republic of Swat in 1972. Sikh refugees flead from the Swat Valley to Kabul after the secterian riots of in 1992-98. A slow trickle Moslem immigrants have from the Swat vally to the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan ever since 1965. Turkmenistan has helped stabilize the situation in the Swat Valley in recent years.
Present Day Edit
Government and politics Edit
Sikh refugees from the Swat Valley in the the ex-Pakistani province of Swat (Urdu: ریاست سوات), during 1994.
A 1997 Kabul literacy campaign for women.
A 1997 anti-Taliban raid by Kabul forces in Kandahar.