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Atu Kelay in the region of Konar is a place located in Afghanistan - some 123 mi (or 199 km) East of Kabul, the country's capital.

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Local time in Atu Kelay is now 11:59 PM (Saturday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Kabul" with an UTC offset of 4.5 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Siro Kelay, Qaziyan, Mehtar Lam, Kabul, Jalalabad or Dagesir. When in this area, you might want to check out Shontalay, Shin Koruk Darah, Murah, Lar Shurtan, Koro Naw and Karbori as well. We also found some pictures.




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Interesting facts about this location

Bar Kunar District

Bar Kunar District is situated in the northeastern part of Kunar Province, Afghanistan. It borders Asadabad district to the southwest, Nuristan Province to the northwest, Nari district to the northeast and Dangam district to the southeast. The population is 19,500 (2006) - all Pashtun. The district center is the village of Asmãr at 983 m altitude in a river valley, located in the most southern part of the district.

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Located at 35, 71.27 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 6 mi away.
Tags:Districts of Kunar Province

Dangam District

Dangam District is situated in the eastern end of Kunar Province, Afghanistan. It borders Marawara district to the west, Asadabad district to the northwest, Bar Kunar district to the north, Nari district to the northeast and Pakistan to the east and south. The district is mountainous and poor. The population is 15,000 (2006), and is 98% Pashtun and 2% Tajik. There are 50 sub-villages and the district center is Dangam at 1356 m altitude, located in the central part of the district.

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Located at 35, 71.27 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
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Marawara, Afghanistan

Marawara (Marah Warah) is a village and the center of Marawara district, Kunar Province, Afghanistan. It is located at {{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:34.8914|N|71.1808|E||||| | |name= }} at 914 m altitude in a river valley in the most western end of the district.

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Located at 35, 71.27 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
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Sirkanay District

Sirkanay District (Sarkani District) is situated in the central part of Kunar Province, Afghanistan. It borders Pakistan to the south. The population is 24,200 (2006). The district administrative center is the village of Serkanay at 775 m altitude. To the north the district borders the Kunar River, which irrigates the small part of arable land. Drought is the major problem of the people. The majority of the houses (70%) were destroyed during the wars. Many young men live and work in Pakistan.

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Located at 35, 71.27 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 17 mi away.
Tags:Districts of Kunar Province

Damadola

Damadola is a village in the Bajaur Agency of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas in Pakistan, about 7 km from the Afghanistan border, it is located at 34° 48' 20N 71° 28' 0E at an altitude of 1082 metres (3553 feet). The village gained international attention in early 2006 after the U.S. launched an airstrike on Damadola killing at least 18 people. It was captured by Frontier Corps from Taliban by February 6, 2010.

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Located at 35, 71.27 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 18 mi away.
Tags:Populated places in Bajaur Agency, United States military scandals, War in Afghanistan (2001–present)