Khaki Safed District

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Khaki Safed (Persian: خاک سفید‎, "white dust") is a district in Farah Province, Afghanistan. Its population, which is almost entirely Pashtun with a few Tajiks, was estimated at 43,000 in October 2004. The main village, Khaki Safed (also called Alagadari), is situated at 676 m altitude in the central part of the district.

Security and Politics[edit]

It was reported on 17 November 2009 that armed Taliban fighters kidnapped 5 civilians. 2 were beheaded and accused of spying while the other 3 were released. According to the Provincial police chief Faqir Mohammad Askar, the victims were innocent government employees.[1]


  1. ^ "Taliban militants behead 2 Afghan civilians " Xinhua News. KABUL. 17 November 2009. Accessed at:

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Coordinates: 32°39′14″N 62°06′08″E / 32.65389°N 62.10222°E / 32.65389; 62.10222