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Australia offers asylum to 2500 Hazara Families

After the killing of hundreds of people of Hazara community in Quetta, the Australian government has offered asylum to 2,500 families of the tribe, media quoting Australian diplomats and UN officials reported on Thursday.

According reports, a representative of Australian immigration department met with United Nations officials last week to make the asylum offer on humanitarian grounds.

At least 89 people of the minority community including nine women and two girls aged seven and nine were killed when a tonne of explosives packed in a water tanker detonated in the middle of a busy bazaar on February 16.

It was the second deadly blast in the city in little over a month.

The banned militant group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) claimed responsibility for the attacks on the community.


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  1. Hi, my name is Muhammad Jawad Hazara i am living in Quetta Hazara Town.I am student here but the condition is not good because of that we can’t read please if you people can do any thing for us or for me please reply must. With hope……!

  2. Hello my name is anyway and am from Pakistan peshawar.
    My question is can a teenage girl apply individually for this problem is a bit different then others.keeping terrorism upfront.

  3. I want to know is it possible?the condition over here not good.
    M too scared of going to my college which m going to start this year.can u help me?

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