Australian Hazaras protest visit of Afghan president Ashraf Ghani | World news

THE GUARDIAN | on Mon, Apr 3, 1:48 AM

Thousands of Australian Hazaras, many of whom fled persecution in Afghanistan[1], have taken to the streets of Canberra to protest the state visit of the Afghan president, Ashraf Ghani. Ghani’s presence in Australia drew a crowd of protestors to Yarralumla and on to the streets of Canberra where Hazaras – an ethnic and religious minority in Afghanistan who have been subject to generations of persecution – protested his three-day state visit, which began with a meeting with the governor genera...

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