Edo-Khel

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Edo-Khel is a Pashtun tribe who inhabit the mountainous and vallied regions of southeastern Afghanistan, mainly Wardak and Logar. As well, there is a village in the Baraki Barak District of Logar named Edo-Khel. Western variants of the surname may include Heddokheel, Eidokheil, or Eedokhel. The tribe is very-much bilingual, capable of speaking in both Pashto and Dari tongue.