Kabul (river, Asia), river, southwestern Asia, rising in northeastern Afghanistan at the base of the Ownay (Unai) Pass in the Paghman Range. After flowing generally east across Afghanistan and entering western Pakistan through the Mohmand Hills, the river joins the Indus River at Attock. It passes through the Afghan cities of Kåbol and Jalalabad.
The Kabul is used chiefly for irrigation; a dam has been constructed for this purpose at Jalalabad. The river is about 580 km (about 360 mi) long and is navigable below Jalalabad.
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