I spent the night outside the Donner Pass town of Truckee. After 12 days on the California coast, it was surprising to see there was still plenty of snow in late June. I took the sharp right north on I-80 into Nevada—past Reno, Fernley, and landed in God-forsaken Winnemucca, where I stayed in one of the hemisphere’s ugliest RV parks. After dinner at possibly the greasiest Mexican restaurant ever, I walked through downtown, which had the saddest little strip of casinos in the (...)
Protest of Hazara asylum seekers in front of Swedish Parliament
Tuesday 15 August 2017
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Kabul Press: Dozens of asylum seekers mostly from the prosecuted Hazara community are sitting in front of Swedish parliament asking the government to grant them political asylum.
Asylum seekers in Sweden say the security situation in so-called country Afghanistan is getting worse, and their life would be in great danger if the Swedish authorities deport them back.
A few days ago, in Mirza Olang village of Sare Pol province of so-called country Afghanistan, over 52 Hazara civilians massacred by Pashtun members of Taliban and IS.
The Hazara people are one of the most prosecuted people in the world. They are victims of systematic discrimination by Afghan government, and bloody attacks by terrorist groups including Pashtun Taliban and Pashtun IS.