Afghanistan is a landlocked country located in Central Asia and South Asia. It is the 41st largest country in the world and has been in a state of continuous war since 2001. Throughout its history, Afghanistan has been a strategically important area due to its location at the crossroads of many trade routes between East and West. It is home to a diverse population with multiple ethnic backgrounds, languages, and religions. Afghanistan is known for its agricultural products, particularly opium and its resilient spirit of the Afghan people. From the rugged terrain of the Hindu Kush mountain range to the deserts of the south, Afghanistan has been the subject of many cultural and political disputes throughout its history. Today, the country faces many challenges, including a continued war with the Taliban, poverty, and political instability. Despite these difficulties, Afghanistan remains a strong nation whose ancient cultural traditions are still alive in its art, literature, and music.
1) What is the official language of Afghanistan?
2) In which year was the first Constitution of Afghanistan drafted?
3) What is the currency of Afghanistan?
4) What is the capital of Afghanistan?
5) Who was the first President of Afghanistan?
6) How many provinces does Afghanistan have?
7) Who were the main backers of the Mujahideen during the Soviet-Afghan War?
8) What is the second largest city of Afghanistan?
9) Who is the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) Head?
10) What is the main religion of Afghanistan?
11) What is Afghanistan's primary source of income?
12) What year did the Soviet Union invade Afghanistan?
13) What is the highest mountain peak in Afghanistan?
14) How many sides does the Afghan flag have?
15) Who was the last king of Afghanistan?
16) What is the estimated population of Afghanistan (2019)?
17) What colour is the vertical stripe at the centre of the Afghan flag?
18) Who was the first Prime Minister of Afghanistan?
19) What is the native name of Afghanistan?
20) What is the official name of the Afghan government?
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