Afghan civil war
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Afghan civil war may refer to:
- Reforms of Amanullah Khan and civil war (1929) Civil war occurred when Habibullah Ghazi briefly overthrew the government and became emir
- War in Afghanistan (1978–present) (sometimes known as "Second Afghan Civil War"):
- Saur revolution (1978) – Communist insurrection
- Soviet war in Afghanistan (1979–1989) – USSR involvement
- Civil war in Afghanistan (1989–92) – Collapse of the Communist Najibullah government
- Civil war in Afghanistan (1992–96) – Leads to the Taliban controlling most of Afghanistan, with the Northern Alliance controlling northern Afghanistan
- Civil war in Afghanistan (1996–2001) – Taliban period
- War in Afghanistan (2001–14) – ISAF/NATO involvement against the Taliban and al-Qaeda
- War in Afghanistan (2015–present) – Afghan operations against Taliban, al-Qaeda, and ISIL insurgencies, with aid from NATO
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