According to Ariananews reporters the bulk of the deaths came in Panjshir and Badakhshan provinces, where at […]
2015 Afghani Avalanches, Panjshir, Afghanistan, February 2015 (310 deaths) In February of 2015, four north-eastern provinces in Afghanistan came under the attack of a series of deadly avalanches.
More than 2,400 American soldiers and more than 38,000 Afghan civilians have died. The October 2015 Hindu Kush earthquake was a magnitude 7.5 earthquake that struck South Asia on 26 October 2015, at 13:39 AFT (14:09 PKT; 14:39 IST; 09:09 UTC) with the epicenter 45 km north of `Alaqahdari-ye Kiran wa Munjan, Afghanistan, at a depth of 212.5 km.. By 5 November, it was estimated that at least 399 people were killed, mostly in Pakistan. As 5 Apr 2015, an estimated 8,827 families had been affected by floods, rain, heavy snow and avalanches in 137 districts in 24 provinces since 1 Feb.
The Panjshir province, around 60 miles north-east of the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul, was the worst affected in this disaster, when the avalanches destroyed over 100 homes in the … Death toll climbs in Afghanistan avalanches February 26, 2015 / 7:13 PM / CBS News KABUL, Afghanistan -- At least 186 people have been killed by a series of avalanches in northeastern Afghanistan . 4.
Earlier, Gavan had described his own close call, writing there had been a “huge avalanche” and “many, many” people were up on the mountain. Afghan president pledges relief fund for avalanche victims as nation mourns . Afghanistan remains one of the world’s largest sources of refugees and migrants. (Last Updated On: February 27, 2015) More than 300 people have been killed in a series of avalanches triggered by heavy snowfall in 18 provinces of Afghanistan, there is the possibility the death toll could rise still further.
April 25, 2015.
This made April 25 2015 the deadliest day on the mountain in history.
The earthquake triggered another huge avalanche in the Langtang valley, where 250 people were killed.
According to U.S. Central Command data, American warplanes dropped more than 7,300 munitions on Afghanistan last year, compared to 4,361 in 2017 and just 947 in 2015…