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Afghan Kidnappers Prey on Hazaras | New York Times

November 23, 2015 | New York Times

KABUL, Afghanistan — A campaign of kidnappings against the Hazara ethnic group intensified on Saturday as gunmen stopped a number of buses along  666 more words

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Afghan asylum seeker living in Australia set himself on fire over fears of being sent back to a detention center

On Sunday, an Afghan asylum seeker living in Australia after setting himself on fire during during a video call with refugee advocates over fears of being sent back to a detention center. 108 more words

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Militants behead kidnapped civilians in Ghazni

April 18, 2015 

GHAZNI CITY (Pajhwok): Militants with links to little known Daish group on Friday beheaded the four civilians who were kidnapped by gunmen the other day from Ghazni City, the provincial capital of southern Ghazni province, officials said. 153 more words

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Another 6 Hazara Passengers Abducted from Herat-Farah Highway

March 17, 2015 | Tolo News

In a fresh and the third incident, at least six more passengers from Hazara ethnic minority have been abducted by armed masked men on the Herat-Farah highway, west Afghanistan on Monday night, officials told TOLOnews. 183 more words

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Scott Morrison's denial of visa to refugee from Pakistan unlawful, high court finds

February 12, 2015 | the guardian

High court justices unanimously rule that basis of refusal – that he arrived by boat – was not legally valid and he must be granted a permanent protection visa. 851 more words

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Hazara artist Khadim Ali joins the board of the Art Gallery of NSW

January 01, 2015 | Daily Telegraph

A Hazara artist from Doonside who grew up in the shadow of Taliban persecution will join some of Sydney’s wealthiest movers and shakers on the board of the Art Gallery of NSW. 384 more words

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Asylum seekers 'staying indoors' after signing Federal Government's code of behaviour

November 29, 2014 | ABC News

Asylum seekers living in Australia are staying indoors for fear of breaching the Federal Government’s new “code of behaviour”, which they say is vague and confusing. 808 more words

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