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  4. Israel Category: Transportation - Pipelines (km): gas 176 km; oil 442 km; refined products 261 km (2008)

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Afghanistan Facts Info Stuff (AF):

Afghanistan Latitude Facts: 34.4514814814815 and Afghanistan Longitude Facts: 67.9811111111111

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Afghanistan Regions are: Badakhshan Baghlan Bamian Herat Kabol Kandahar Konar Kondoz Lowgar Nangarhar Nurestan Paktia Parvan Samangan Sar-e Pol Takhar Vardak Zabol

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