Tag archive for ‘Hazara asylum seeker’
"Hazaras targeted": Ian Rintoul, from the Refugee Action Coalition, says the forcible deportation makes no sense. Photo: Louie Douvis
By Admin On Tuesday, August 26th, 2014
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Australia forcibly deports, for first time, Afghan asylum seeker

By Ben Doherty “Hazaras targeted”: Ian Rintoul, from the Refugee Action Coalition, says the forcible deportation makes no sense. Photo: Louie Douvis Australia has, for the first time, forcibly deported More...

The number of people seeking asylum on Australian shores has risen dramatically in the last three years, as has the number of incidents resulting in deaths at sea.
By Admin On Sunday, July 21st, 2013
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Timeline: Asylum seeker boat tragedies

The number of people seeking asylum on Australian shores has risen dramatically in the last three years, as has the number of incidents resulting in deaths at sea. Asylum policy is in focus in the wake of recent More...

Australian authorities assist asylum seekers who survived their vessel capsizing off Christmas Island. Photograph: Jon Faulkner/AAPIMAGE
By Admin On Tuesday, June 11th, 2013
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Drowned asylum seekers left in the water believed to be Afghan Hazaras

Bridie Jabour guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 11 June 2013 04.02 BST Australian authorities assist asylum seekers who survived their vessel capsizing off Christmas Island. Photograph: Jon Faulkner/AAPIMAGE The asylum seekers More...

(The moves is aimed at discouraging asylum-seekers showing up on Australia's shore illegally through sea route.)
By Admin On Thursday, May 16th, 2013
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New Australian law will send asylum seekers to Nauru or Manus

16 May 2013 (The moves is aimed at discouraging asylum-seekers showing up on Australia’s shore illegally through sea route.) The Australian Government can now send all asylum seekers who arrive by boat to More...

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By Admin On Monday, April 15th, 2013
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Hope fades in a deadly sea for missing teen asylum seekers

By Gemma Jones | April 16, 2013 Ibrar Hussain Rajabi Source: Supplied FAMILIES of three teenagers who boarded an asylum boat in Indonesia for a better life in Australia – but who are feared lost at sea – More...

One of the survivors at Merak port. Photo: Krisna Widi Aria
By Admin On Friday, August 31st, 2012
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Ships ignored survivors’ pleas

Michael Bachelard, Indonesia | The Age | August 31, 2012 Asylum seekers who were plucked from the sea as their friends drowned around them say five ships passed them during their two days in the ocean but refused More...

HMAS Maitland, Navy patrol boat. Photo: Jamie Brown
By Admin On Thursday, August 30th, 2012
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95 feared lost at sea off Java coast

Michael Bachelard and Megan Levy | August 31, 2012 HMAS Maitland, Navy patrol boat. Photo: Jamie Brown JUST 55 people had been rescued by last night from a boatload of 150 or more asylum seekers that foundered only More...

Asylum seekers are transferred to the island. Picture: Daniel Wilkins Source: Herald Sun
By Admin On Saturday, August 25th, 2012
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Nauru-bound asylum seekers on hunger strike

AAP | August 25, 2012 Asylum seekers are transferred to the island. Picture: Daniel Wilkins Source: Herald Sun   ASYLUM seekers at Christmas Island’s detention centre are refusing food in protest at plans More...

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By Admin On Sunday, August 19th, 2012
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Leaving is better than staying to face death

By Muhammad Khani I want to talk about my people, the Hazara people. The emigration of Hazara people started about 200 years ago. In the 1890s, the British-backed Amir of Afghanistan, Abdur Rahman Khan, killed More...

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By Admin On Friday, August 17th, 2012
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Australia Says Refugee Boat That Left Indonesia Is Missing

Great fears are held for 67 people, presumed to be asylum seekers, on board a boat that has been missing since it left Indonesia more than a month ago and may have sunk, Australian authorities said on Tuesday. The More...