All the chats in Afghanistan

  1. Chats in Badakhshan
  2. Chats in Badghis
  3. Chats in Baghlan
  4. Chats in Balkh
  5. Chats in Bamyan
  6. Chats in Farah
  7. Chats in Faryab
  8. Chats in Ghazni
  9. Chats in Ghowr
  10. Chats in Helmand
  11. Chats in Herat
  12. Chats in Jowzjan
  13. Chats in Kabul
  14. Chats in Kandahar
  15. Chats in Kapisa
  16. Chats in Khowst
  17. Chats in Kunar
  18. Chats in Kunduz
  19. Chats in Laghman
  20. Chats in Logar
  21. Chats in Nangarhar
  22. Chats in Nimroz
  23. Chats in Oruzgan
  24. Chats in Paktia
  25. Chats in Paktika
  26. Chats in Panjshir
  27. Chats in Parwan
  28. Chats in Samangan
  29. Chats in Sar-e Pol
  30. Chats in Takhar
  31. Chats in Zabul

Afghanistan - officially the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan - is a landlocked country located in the heart of Asia. The country is located geographically in South Asia, grouped within a regional block between the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East, as a religious, ethnolinguistic and geographic entity related to most of its neighbors. It borders Pakistan to the south and east, with Iran to the west, with Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to the north, and with the People's Republic of China to the northeast through the Wakhan corridor. In recent years several wars and conflicts have happened in this country. In 1978, the Saur Revolution took place.

The strong harassment of the Islamic fundamentalists provoked the intervention of the Red Army in support of the government, while the guerrillas received the support of the United States, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and other Muslim nations. In 1989 the Soviets withdrew, although the civil war continued. In 1996, the Taliban imposed a regime based on Sharia. In 2001, the United States overthrew the Taliban government supported by an international coalition, in reaction to the attacks of September 11,2001 in the Pentagon and in New York and responding to a policy of persecution of the group Al Qaeda in the region by the American government. The previous political structure of Afghanistan was replaced by a more pro-Western and democratically elected government.