Wakhan has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Travel Wakhan' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Wakhan had the highest popularity figure in December, 2016.
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[...] policy that Mortimer Durand had devised the Durand Line in 1893 and decided to ‘award' the Wakhan area to Afghanistan, although Wakhan was not part of an Afghan emirate at any time in history. [...]
[...] other developed areas of the country and make it a link with Central Asia, especially through Wakhan area of Afghanistan as part of regional cooperation in trade and development with the countries [...]
[...] Arab et Tarzan Nasser 1st Krisha Trey Edward Shults 1st Mediterranea Jonas Carpignano 1st The Wakhan Front (Ni le ciel ni la terre) Clément Cogitore 1st Paulina (La patota) Santiago Mitre 2nd [...]
[...] government has also asked Beijing to help connect both countries via a land route in the northern Wakhan corridor. “Previously the Chinese were reluctant due to fears that religious militants might [...]
[...] of tribes and ethnicities to its deep history and varied landscapes. When he heard about the Wakhan Corridor, a narrow strip of land in the far northeast of Afghanistan bordering Tajikistan, [...]
[...] , Houses, and Beliefs Different to even the rest of Tajikistan, the primary religion in the Wakhan is Ismailism, an amalgamation of Sufic Islam and historical religious beliefs (encompassing [...]