Afghanistan hit by blackouts after power pylons destroyed

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
Afghan households and businesses in about a third of the country have been hit by blackouts after electricity pylons in the northern province of Baghlan were blown up over the weekend, the main power utility said on Monday.

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