For a long time in a small town in northern Afghanistan’s Balkh province, a large number of families have actually resided within one- and two-story houses created from ammo, where 3-meter-long real time rockets are employed as roof beams.
After a couple of explosions, the villagers now want the Afghan federal government to eliminate the tools.
Qand Agha, leader of Qazi Abad town, told VOA that a few men and women have been killed or wounded since the rockets have actually exploded.
“A villager had been killed as he had been attempting to move and put among the rockets on their house’s roof,” Agha stated. Continue reading “Afghan Village Uses Live Rockets to Build Homes, Bridges”