Cold spell kills hundreds in Afghanistan

Kabul – Afghanistan’s National Disaster Management Authority reports that more than 320 people have died so far this month in a cold spell in the country’s western region. Tens of thousands of livestock have also died. The snowfall has been the heaviest in 15 years.

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