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January 2014[edit]

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  • the [[Persian language|Persian]] {{lang|fa|کاروان}} ''kârvân'', meaning "military/civilian camp" (''kâr'' [war/military] (akin to Latin guer, + ''vân'' [outpost]), "[[Caravan (travellers)|caravan]]"

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February 2014[edit]

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  • after [[Queen Victoria]] of Britain who was the grand mother to the last [[Czar]] of Russia as well). The name was changed when the Soviet system was brought in in the 1920s. The avoid confusion

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May 2014[edit]

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  • the [[shahadah]] or profession of faith is the affirmation "There is no deity but God, and [{Muhammad]] is His messenger." It is the first step in becoming a Muslim. The second obligation is [[salat|

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  • ] for "beautiful", originally from [[Persian]], del-bar, "heart-stealing", "beloved, beautiful")), is an asymmetrical architectural extravanganza with crenellated walls, silver domes, and more

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July 2014[edit]

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  • Nearly all Pashtun parliamentary representatives from the area and of Nurzai affiliation (such as the famed [[Malalai Joya]], are exclusively Persian-speaking Pashtuns.

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August 2014[edit]

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Wikipedia and copyright[edit]

Control copyright icon Hello 66.108.184.225, and welcome to Wikipedia. All or some of your addition(s) to Chams have been removed, as it appears to have added copyrighted material without evidence of permission from the copyright holder. While we appreciate your contributing to Wikipedia, there are certain things you must keep in mind about using information from your sources to avoid copyright or plagiarism issues here.

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