A new Amnesty report alleges that the Taliban shot dead 13 people, including a 17-year-old girl and former government security forces in Afghanistan Daykundi province.
Taliban is evicting more than 800 families out of their homes in remote Gizab district, straddling provinces of Daykundi and Uruzgan in central Afghanistan, local farmers and exiled Hazara political leader Mohammad Mohaqeq say.
When writing about Afghanistan, are narrators depicting categories of its history, culture and people, or producing reductive representations or stereotypes?
Only now have Western nations woken up to the continued threat to Afghan minorities and women.
The armed group has a history of targeting the ethnic group using brutal methods of torture, abductions and executions.
There is a growing consensus that a civil conflict is becoming increasingly likely as the US leaves Afghanistan, and it could very well suck in neighbouring countries.
Russia, Iran and Pakistan could easily undercut US designs in Afghanistan unless they are made a part of the process.
Protests over the brutal killing of 11 Hazara minority coal miners by Daesh spill over to several areas, including the economic powerhouse Karachi, officials say.
Easily identifiable by their distinguishable facial features, the ethnic minority is targeted for professing their Shia Muslim faith.
Thousands of Hazara Shias are protesting on a highway in southern Quetta city with the bodies of miners killed on Sunday, seeking a meeting with PM Imran Khan and demanding an end to the persecution of the ethnic group.
Ahmad Massoud envisions a political setup in which people of every ethnicity have a say.
How the city's persecuted minority survives the trauma caused by extremist militant groups who target them for practising their faith.
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