Helmand

Helmand

[hel-muhnd]
noun
a river in S Asia, flowing SW from E Afghanistan to a lake in E Iran. 650 miles (1045 km) long.
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Helmand (ˈhɛlmənd)
 
n
1.  a river in S Asia, rising in E Afghanistan and flowing generally southwest to a marshy lake, Hamun Helmand, on the border with Iran. Length: 1400 km (870 miles)
2.  a province of SW Afghanistan; scene of strong Taliban insurgency since 2006. Capital: Lashkar. Pop: 1 034 672 (2000 est). Area: 58 584 sq km (23 058 sq miles)

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