Afghanistan | Radio Music
On hit-Tuner.net you can listen to radio music from Afghanistan. At this point you can learn more about the country: Afghanistan is a landlocked country located in Central Asia and South Asia. It is bordered by Pakistan in the south and the east, Iran in the west, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan in the north, and China in the far northeast. It is the 41st largest country in the world.
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Official name: Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
Government: Presidential republic
More Details for Afghanistan
The language is Pashto and Dari. The capital of Afghanistan is Kabul. The country has an area of 652.864 kmē (for comparison: United Kingdom 315.093 kmē). In Afghanistan there is a population of 29.800.000 and 3.042.430 only in Kabul. The currency is Afghani (AFN) ...
Education in Afghanistan
definition: age 15 and over can read and write - total population: 28,1% man: 43,1% woman: 12,6% (2000 est.)
7,4% of GDP (2009) - at a density of doctor: 0,21 doctors / 1.000 citizen (2009) - and 0,4 hospital beds / 1.000 citizen (2009) hospital beds per capita
Information for tourists and expatriates
Per year a resident earned (GDP per capita): $1,000 (2011 est.) $900 (2010 est.) $900 (2009 est.) note: data are in 2011 US dollars
Total gross domestic product as an indicator of prosperity: $29.99 billion (2011 est.) $27.36 billion (2010 est.) $25.91 billion (2009 est.)
The unemployment rate was: 35% (2008 est.) 40% (2005 est.)
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Percentage of public debt: ?
External public debt in US dollars: $1,28 billion (FY10/11) $2,7 billion (FY08/09)
Exports: $571 million (2010 est.) $547 million (2009 est.)
Imports: $5,3 billion (2008 est.) $4,5 billion (2007)
Foreign exchange and gold reserves: ?
Military spending: 1.9% of GDP (2009)
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Mobile phones: 13 million (2009)
Internet users: 1 million (2009)
Number of airports: 52 (2012)
Major places of Afghanistan Radios
Kabul; Kandahar; Herat; Mazar-i-Sharif; Kunduz; Taloqan; Jalalabad; Puli Khumri; Charikar; Sheberghan; Ghazni; Sar-e Pol; Khost; Chaghcharan; Mihtarlam; Farah; Pul-i-Alam; Samangan; Lashkar Gah