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Power line protests: Afghanistan capital Kabul paralysed

Power line protests: Afghanistan capital Kabul paralysed

Afghanistan’s decision to reroute transmission line, effectively bypassing Bamyan province, angered ethnic minority. By Shereena Qazi Ethnic Hazaras believe the chosen route for the power line was a discriminatory move [Ahmad Masood/Reuters]   Afghanistan’s capital Kabul is in lockdown as members of an ethnic minority group stage protests over the proposed route of a power line. […]

Hazara people march on Kabul in power line protest

Persecuted minority want changes to the route of transmission line bringing electricity from Turkmenistan  Crowds gather on the street in Kabul, Afghanistan for the massive anti-government protest. Photograph: Massoud Hossaini/AP   Thousands of demonstrators from Afghanistan’s Hazara minority have marched through Kabul to protest against the planned route of a multimillion-dollar power transmission line, posing […]

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Hazara Activists Beaten up in London: The United Kingdom Has to Assure The Security of its Hazara British Citizens

Hazara People International Network: Jafar Ataie a British Hazara activist was bitten beaten up by Afghan President’s bodyguards in the heart of the UK, when he objected to injustice and discrimination in Afghanistan, interrupting Afghan president’s speech at RUSI conference hall in London. Just an instant before Jafar Ataie, Ahad Bahadori, another British Hazara activist present […]

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Afghanistan: An Urgent Need to Resolve Conflicts Through Logic and Reasoning

Writers: Doc. Moh. Amin Ahmadi, Eng. Moh. Naser Ahmadi, and Eng. Ahmad Salehi Let us not change affluence into infliction A comprehensive overview to TUTAP First, we need to know that a successful government is one that accepts logical findings. It is never wrong if a democratic government brings reforms and listens to its people’s […]

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Hazara People International Network’s Resolution Statement and Call for Protest in London

We will trial the corrupt and inefficient government of Afghanistan in London! Brothers, sisters and justice seeker compatriots living in the European countries, As you know, Ashraf Ghani will come to the UK to participate in “Anti-Corruption Summit” in London, Great Britain on Thursday, May 12th 2016. Ashraf Ghani is the person who has released […]

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The Enlightening Movement Protest in kabul

Hazara People’s Protest in regard to the 500 KV Electricity plan (regarding its diversion from its primary route (Bamyan-Maidan Provinces). #Hazarapeople https://www.facebook.com/HazaraPeopleInternationalNetwok/ www.hazarapeople.com photo by: Etilaat roz

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Community Spirit

Fatima Shafaie’s work with refugees is an example for Australians to follow. As a child, Fatima Shafaie used to lay out newspapers at home and read them like a newsreader. “It was a very unconscious thing,” she recalls. “I just did it because I liked it.” It’s fitting that she’s now immersed in current affairs […]

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Declaration by the intellectuals from Afghanistan in support of the “Enlightening movement”

Translated by Hazara People International Network In the name of God of wisdom and enlightenment We, the collective of intellectuals, artists and writers of Afghanistan, firmly believe in a fair development of the entire territory, and we understand that the deprivation of a part of the country is the deprivation of the entire country in totality. For this reason […]

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Bamyan A Secure, Cheap Path For Extension of TUTAP Power Transmission

Kabul (BNA) TUTAP is one of the important regional economic projects agreed among Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan (TUTAP) which is expected to be extended to Pakistan through Afghanistan with a transmission capacity of 500MW power from Turkmenistan to Afghanistan and other south Asian countries specially Pakistan. The German Fischer Co carried out a […]

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How refugee and Nauru detainee Nabi Baqiri became a fruit-picking millionaire

By Alana Rosenbaum Nabi Baqiri is paying for a tractor part and chainsaw to use in his Shepparton orchard. The former refugee hands over a cheque and asked the sales assistant to fill in the date and transaction amount. “I don’t know how to write,” he explains. “Don’t joke with me. I don’t have time,” the sales assistant replies, […]

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