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After the Taliban's rise to power in the 1990s, they committed five massacres, killing some 96 people, in the district.
- Nitya Ramakrishnan (25 July 2013). In Custody: Law, Impunity and Prisoner Abuse in South Asia. SAGE Publications. pp. 398–. ISBN 978-81-321-1632-5.
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