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Our Condolences and Condemnation of the Terrorist Attack in Ankara

Our Condolences and Condemnation of the Terrorist Attack in Ankara

Hazara People International Network: As one of the most persecuted people on earth, we are deeply saddened to hear about the terrorist attack in Ankara in Turkey that killed 37 civilians. Hazara People International Network strongly condemns yesterday’s act of terrorism submitting its condolences to the people of Turkey and especially the families of the victims. […]

Almond Eyes (Chashm Badami)

By Zahra H. Editor’s note: Members of the Hazara ethnic minority were attacked and killed at Afshar, Mazar-i Sharif, Yakaolang Robatak, Ghor, and Jalriz. In Ghor province armed Taliban halted a car, separated the occupants into Hazara, Tajik, and Pashtoons, and then killed the Hazaras. In Jalriz, Taliban recently attacked and killed Hazaras. I am going to puke […]

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Frontiers of Hope – Indonesia To Australia

by Jewel Topsfield Australia resettled 11,600 people in 2014. But in our neighbourhood, thousands of genuine refugees remain in limbo. Khadim Dai is one. Khadim Dai has met Oscar-winning filmmakers and Indonesian politicians. He was a panellist on the SBS show Insight and is being recruited by the art school at Monash University in Melbourne, […]

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TALIBAN vs. ISIS Hostility Race in Afghanistan: Hazaras The Main Victims

Hazara People International Network Ghazni: Taliban terrorists kidnapped 17 members of ethnic minority Hazara from a car in east Afghanistan, only a few days after they kidnapped and shot dead four Hazara students in the same province last Wednesday. Tuesday’s kidnapping in the province of Ghazni follow a spate of suicide bombings in Kabul last […]

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Journalist expelled from her job with Tolo Tv due to a tweet about Kuchi-Taliaban involvment in Jalriz massacre

 Saleha Soadat’s press statement  Dear friends and fellows, As you may aware, I was expelled from my job with the Tolo News earlier this month after I shared a tweet via my personal account about unpopular incident of Jalriz District of Maidan Wardak in which tens of local police officers were brutally killed by Taliban. […]

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‘We nearly died’: Hazara refugee risks everything for new life

Zahir Hassan Zada was a teenager when he fled Afghanistan after his father was taken by the Taliban. His family settled in Pakistan but life as Hazara refugees was never safe and in 2010 he left behind a wife and two young sons to find a new life. Today, after spending nearly half his life […]

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Finding Publisher For: The Plight of The Hazara People

The plight of the Hazara people’ is a photographic book complied with portraits and testimonies of the victims of current on-going target killings in Quetta city of Balochistan province in western Pakistan. More than 1700 people from the Hazara community have lost their lives over past 15 years, and sadly no one has been held […]

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Three Hazaras Killed in Quetta-Pakistan

Quetta: Three people belonging to the Hazara community were shot dead on Monday near the Mekran bus stop in Quetta’s Sattelite Town.Unidentified armed men on a motorcycle opened fire at the three men outside the bus stop, Station House Officer Raja Qyoume told: Two of them were killed on the spot, while another was seriously injured. The deceased […]

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Taliban Are Said to Target Hazaras to Try to Match ISIS’ Brutality

By ROD NORDLAND and JAWAD SUKHANYAR KABUL, Afghanistan — A wave of kidnappings followed by numerous beheadings of members of Afghanistan’s Hazara ethnic group have spread alarm and anger among a people who have historically been this country’s most persecuted.  The police in Ghazni Province on Sunday confirmed that four Hazara farmers who had been kidnapped by the […]

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Refugee looks back on ordeal of seeking asylum and being detained in Nauru

BY GUY CREIGHTON           A. B. CWhen 10-year-old Mohammad Baqiri saw a bird flying across the sky, the significance had little bearing on his mind. It was the first bird he – and the 150 people onboard the tiny fishing boat – had seen since it had left Indonesia seven days […]

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