May 17, 2011 Last updated on: May 17, 2011 8:00 PM An Afghan girl whose family members were killed overnight after a raid by NATO and Afghan forces, covers her face as she weeps during a protest in Taloqan, May 18, 2011 At least 12 people were killed and more than 80 others injured in violent protests in northern Afghanistan over the killing of four people in a NATO raid overnight,.
At least 92 members of Hazara died, including some 20 women and 18 children, more than 200 sustained serious injuries and 30 people gone missing when a bombed ripped through a densely populated fruit market situated in Hazara Town, a Hazara enclave, in Quetta on Saturday, 16 February, 2013. It happened just 38 days after a similar organized attack on Alamdar Road, another Hazara enclave,.
8th Annual U.S.-Afghanistan Business Matchmaking Conference 2012 -Afghanistan in Transition – An Expanded Role for the Private Sector- Dear Friend of AACC and Afghanistan: The main event in the world for doing business in Afghanistan is once again coming up and you sure don’t want to miss it. Things are changing rapidly and you will want to hear the latest information from.
Hope in the hops An unlikely outfit in Pakistan is flourishing Apr 21st 2012 | RAWALPINDI | from the print edition A SWEET smell of hops hangs over Pakistan’s most successful commercial institution. Founded a century-and-a-half ago to slake the thirst of British soldiers, the Murree Brewery in Rawalpindi is still going strong today. Enter its noisy plant, which stands opposite the.
Sat 25 August 2012 08:16 GMT | 1:16 Local Time Turkic-speaking countries have agreed on a single flag at their summit in Bishkek. The statement came from Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu. He said the flag combines the symbols of four countries. “The flag combines the Sun on the flag of Kyrgyzstan, blue color of the flag of Kazakhstan, the star of the Azerbaijani flag and.
Mr. President, we heard you! We have also been saying this for 10 years! Statement of a group of justice and truth seekers in Afghanistan 24 July 2012 For the first time in the past 10 years, in the final months of his presidency, President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has referred to the need for the accountability of the Taliban and other armed groups for their crimes in a recent speech.
Hazara International Network: Only a week after the scandalous plot against the Hazaras through the book called “The Atlas of non- Pashtoon ethnics in Afghanistan”, the Hazaras are again victims of racism and discrimination in Afghanistan. This time, a group of the Hazara Contemporary Artists was banned, faced with physical violence by the police and the officials of ministry of information.