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Sympathy From Bamiyan to the People of Japan

Youth in Bamiyan took out a sympathy rally for the victims of Japan quake today in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Many youth marched to the top hill in front of the destroyed Buddha statues and held banners with words of condolence and sympathy messages for the people of Japan and silence for the victims earthquake and tsunami. […]

Ancient Buddhas Will Not Be Rebuilt – UNESCO

By Andrea Lunt UNITED NATIONS, Mar 11, 2011 (IPS) – Afghanistan’s historic Bamiyan Buddhas, destroyed by the Taliban 10 years ago, will not be reconstructed despite claims the 1,500-year-old statues could be repaired, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) said Thursday. The decision follows a two-day meeting of scientists, Afghan officials and […]

Hundreds of women activists in Dai Kundi urge UN to support their call for justice

8 March 2011 – Hundreds of women carrying banners with “We Want Justice” written in Dari today urged provincial officials to make life better for women in Dai Kundi, where the United Nations body leading the global effort to empower women is due to open its first provincial office later this month. Dai Kundi women […]

The other battlefield

The author journeys to Afghanistan and discovers that Afghan women don’t need us to rescue them. They need security and education in order to flourish on their own terms. By Brian Platt A slightly beat-up red Toyota Corolla pulled up outside our hotel in Kabul. Walid,* our driver, smiled as I took a seat next […]

Report on the Case of Conflict between Kochies and the Local People In Behsood (Hessa-e-Awal, Hessa-e-Dowm) and Diamirdad districts of Maidan Wardak province

By Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission Download this report in PDF format Introduction According to the history, entrance of Kochies to the central parts of the country and use of its pastures goes back to late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Utilization of these pastures by Kochies was combined with destructive fights and devastating conflicts […]

The Boy Mir – Ten Years in Afghanistan Trailer

Following the international hit The Boy who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan, THE BOY MIR will cover not one year but ten. It will track the cheeky, enthusiastic Mir from a childish eight to a fully grown eighteen-year-old. Over those ten years, it will be a journey into early adulthood in one of the […]

Preserving Memory of Afghanistan’s Giant Buddhas

by RENEE MONTAGNE When the Taliban were driven from power in 2001, they left behind a broken country and an infamous act of destruction: reducing to rubble two monumental Buddhas that had stood for 1,500 years. Five years later, it is still a shocking to look across the Bamiyan Valley and see two huge empty […]

Afghanistan: Hazaras from Ghazni Province

Hazara People note: We respect all people, but Hazara people are not Afghan. Afghan or Pashtun is another ethnic group in Afghanistan. Afghanistan: Afghan Hazaras from Ghazni Province (1) Nexus between general security situation and Hazara minority in Ghazni province, particularly in Jaghuri district; 2) Clashes between Hazaras and Kuchi nomads in Ghazni; 3) General […]

Ghazni: At least 5 Hazaras killed by a Pashtun suicide bomber

Afghans gather at the a site of a suicide bombing in Ghazni, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010. The bomber rammed a motorized rickshaw loaded with explosives into one of two vehicles in a convoy taking Deputy Gov. Khazim Allayar (Hazar)to his office in Ghazni city. His adult son, a nephew and a […]

Coercive Mass Displacement in Uruzgan

In addition to the numerous afflictions the Afghans have tolerated so far, evidences say that there are more things yet to appear in sight under president Karzai. Irrespective of how much realistic the government reports on security are, there are abundant sad occurrences happening across the country that remain uncovered by media. A series of […]

An open letter from the Hazara people around the world to international human rights organizations, international authorities and well-known personalities

An open letter from the Hazara people around the world to international human rights organizations, international authorities and well-known personalities
Report on the Case of Conflict between Kochies and the Local People (Hazara) In Behsood (Hessa-e-Awal, Hessa-e-Dowm) and Diamirdad districts of Maidan Wardak province
Massacres of Hazaras in Afghanistan

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