Kurram is a district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Until 2018, it was an agency of Federally Administered Tribal Areas, with the merger of FATA with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, it became a district. Geographically, it covers the Kurram Valley region which is a valley in the northwestern part of Pakistan. Most of the population is Pashtun and the main religion is Islam (Shia and Sunni). Major tribes living in Kurram Agency are Turi, Bangash, Mamozai, Muqbal, Orakzai, Zazai (JAJI), Mangal, Ghilzai and Para Chamkani., Khoshi tribe (Persian speaking tribe).
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