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Afghanistan is one of the oldest countries in the world.
Its history dates back to the 19th century.
There are two official languages: Urdu and Farsi.
The current constitution of Afghanistan, drafted in the 1960s, gives the country independence and sets out to create a modern, democratic, and secular society.
The constitution was drafted to address the demands of the Taliban insurgency, which has killed hundreds of thousands of people.
It also aims to ensure that the country does not lose its identity as a republic, and to prevent the spread of extremist ideologies.
The constitution was ratified by the country’s parliament on July 18, 2016.
Afghans use a variety of currency and currencies.
They use the local currency, called zarat, to buy and sell goods and services.
Zarat is used in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and the UAE.
The currency was adopted in Afghanistan in 1996.
The Taliban was initially opposed to it.
Afgans are currently using the rupee, the local equivalent of the euro.
The US dollar, which is used to buy everything from food to cars, is considered to be the national currency in Afghanistan.
The US dollar has been the primary currency for more than a decade, but the US Central Bank announced in July that it would start to use the rupees.
It is the second-oldest country in the World.
The central bank has the authority to convert all currencies in Afghanistan to the US dollar.
The first such currency was established in 1993.
However, the Taliban rejected the central bank’s proposal to accept the new currency.
The new currency has been in use since July 2017.
The currency is also used by people living in Afghanistan’s north.
It has been used for a number of purposes, including the payment of government debts.
Afggans use the euro for purchases of goods and goods of all kinds, including food and medicine.
They also use the dollar as their primary currency.