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Iraq in Ruin What Next for Afghanistan?

Iraq in Ruin What Next for Afghanistan?

Why are the events in Iraq so alarming to the countries of the region and what they mean to another unfinished project the US undertook before invading Iraq, namely, Afghanistan?…

Reza Berati’s Murder, A Case Calling for Justice

Reza Berati’s Murder, A Case Calling for Justice

Finally, the long-awaited report about the violence that took place between February 16 to 18, 2014 in Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) Manus Island detention centre is released three months after…

Release of Taliban Five: A Shift in US Policy and Dangers to Hazaras

Release of Taliban Five: A Shift in US Policy and Dangers to Hazaras

June 9, 2014 |     Main page for Gitmo5 Taliban Release    The release of five Taliban leaders allegedly involved in massacre of thousands of Hazaras in Afghanistan during…

Release of Five Top Taliban Leaders ‘A Bad Swap’

Release of Five Top Taliban Leaders ‘A Bad Swap’

June 3, 2014 : The release of Bowe Bergdahl in exchange for five top Taliban leaders that took place on May 31, raises a few serious questions about the nature…

Afghan Hazara Refugees Seek Justice in Turkey

Afghan Hazara Refugees Seek Justice in Turkey

Afghan Hazara asylum seekers in Turkey are facing an uncertain future due to a shift in policy by UNHCR. Compelled by what they call the discriminatory policy of the UN…

Politics of Asylum Seekers in Australia

Politics of Asylum Seekers in Australia

Australia – May 23, 2014|   Australian government has been facing the issue of asylum seekers getting to the country via boats for the last over a decade. Unfortunately, the…

Why Hazaras Have Failed to Get Themselves Recognized As a Nation in Australia?

Why Hazaras Have Failed to Get Themselves Recognized As a Nation in Australia?

Australia – May 18, 2014 |     Australia is considered to be home to the fourth largest population of Hazaras in the world which is estimated to be over…

Asylum seekers suffer frustration as high court reserves judgment on PPV freeze

Asylum seekers suffer frustration as high court reserves judgment on PPV freeze

Canberra, Australia – May 18, 2014|   Hundreds of asylum seekers suffered another wave of frustration and despondency Friday as the full bench of High Court of Australia reserved its …

Ordeal of Being an Asylum Seeker in Australia

Ordeal of Being an Asylum Seeker in Australia

May 12, 2014 | Asylum seekers who have arrived in Australia by boat have been in a dilemma since the coalition government has taken over power last September. Immigration minister, Scott…

Contribute words for First Public “Hazaragi Dictionary” Project

Contribute words for First Public “Hazaragi Dictionary” Project

April 28, 2014 |Appeal to Hazaras all around the world Massive thanks to Mehdi Shaheen,  Omid Bidar, Jawad Sadey Lakoo, Ali Fitrat, Muhammad Reza Wakil, Qadir Nayel, Khadim Rizai, Hasan Reza…