Tani, Khost Province

Tani (also: Daragi) is a village and the center of Tani District, Khost Province, Afghanistan. It is located on 33°14′32″N 69°49′41″E / 33.2422°N 69.8281°E / 33.2422; 69.8281 at 1,303 m altitude. The main tongue spoken there is Pashto language. It is a neighbour to Mando Zai District


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