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A school with over a thousand students and various problems at the end of Foladi district, Bamyan

Najeeb Farzad | January 28, 2011 This is a school at the end of Foladi District of Bamyan, Afghanistan. At present, there are over 1000 Hazara students studying in this school. Due to lack of capacity and extension programme, it consists of only six classrooms which are insufficient for twelve mammoth male and female classes. […]

Afghan police shooting to kill ethnic minority in Kabul

Robert Maier Breaking news from Kabul today informs us that a demonstration by men, women and children to call attention to the violence being perpetrated against the Hazara people turned bloody, with several shot to death, allegedly through indiscriminate firing into the crowd by Afghan police. The large Hazara community in West Kabul has been […]

Predicament in Kabul : The criminal Pashtun Nomads (Kuches) have once again attacked on Hazara people armed with heavy weapons

Police station in western district of Kabul has burnt in flame by protesters, also there is a very thick smoke can be seen in Pole Khoshk. The number of protesters against the criminal Nomads and killing of innocent Hazara people growing every minute. There are also unconfirmed report that one of Rahim Wardak’s son (Defence […]

Afghan fears over a Taliban deal

By Lindsey Hilsum, Updated on 19 July 2010 As Afghanistan’s President Hamid Karzai moves to negotiate with the Taliban, International Editor Lindsey Hilsum travels to Bamiyan, to meet the female governor who fears that her people will be the ones “to have to make sacrifices”. Afghanistan’s only female provincial governor has a dilemma. Habiba Sorabi […]

A message of peace by the Bamiyan youth

Colorful lights were lit tonight by the youth of Bamiyan province. These lights were hanging on the body of the giant Buddha to reveal their message to the world that the youth of Bamiyan are the supporters of peace and they are against ethnic violence, injustice and drugs. This peace message was shown in the […]

“Diaries of Kandahar” (1884 – 1905) / HAZARAS In the View of British Diaries

This is a small effort towards facts and figures that has been missing since last one century regarding civil war between Amir Abdul Rahman of Kabul (Afghanistan) and Hazaras of Hazarajat (also called Hazaristan in Afghanistan). In this document the British News writers of that time documented the daily important News and reports for the […]

Taliban Kill 9 Members of Minority in Ambush

By ALISSA J. RUBIN KABUL, Afghanistan — At least nine Hazara men have been killed in an ambush in a remote area of central Afghanistan that is largely controlled by the Taliban, the police and a local representative of the Afghan intelligence service said Friday. The area where the attack took place is dominated by […]

Legalising’ marital rape

Channel 4 News, Updated on 28 January 2010 Last spring President Karzai backed a law governing Shia family relations that effectively legalised marital rape and allowed for women to effectively be imprisoned in their homes. There was an international outrage with the US and the UK calling the legislation abhorrent. But the law was still […]

Women protesters against ‘marital rape’ law spat on and stoned in Kabul

Tom Coghlan in Kabul, April 16, 2009 A group of Afghan women who braved an enraged mob yesterday to protest against an “abhorrent” new Afghan law had to be rescued by police from a hail of stones and abuse. The protest by about 200 women, unprecedented in recent Afghanistan history, was directed at the Shia […]

Afghanistan: Massacre in Yakaolang

Media Advisory 28 March 2001 AI Index ASA 11/007/2001 – News Service Nr. 56 Afghanistan: Massacre in Yakaolang Amnesty International today issued a report on January’s massacre of over 300 unarmed men and a number of civilian women and children by Taleban forces in Yakaolang, in Bamiyan province. According to eyewitness accounts, Taleban forces began […]

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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