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March 22, 2015
Ethnic Hazara demonstrators protest demanding action to rescue Hazaras kidnapped from a bus by masked...
Ghazni, Afghanistan
Ethnic Hazara demonstrators protest demanding action to rescue Hazaras kidnapped from a bus by masked...
Ethnic Hazara demonstrators protest demanding action to rescue Hazaras kidnapped from a bus by masked men who many believe are influenced by Islamic State, in Ghazni, March 17, 2015. Even by Afghanistan's standards of often-shifting alliances, a recent meeting between ethnic Hazara elders and local commanders of the Taliban insurgents who have persecuted them for years was extraordinary. The Hazaras – a largely Shi'ite minority killed in the thousands during the Taliban's hard-line Sunni Islamist rule of the 1990s – came to their old enemies seeking protection against what they deemed an even greater threat: masked men operating in the area calling themselves "Daish", a term for Islamic State in the region. Picture taken March 17, 2015 To match AFGHANISTAN-ISLAMICSTATE/ REUTERS/Mustafa Andaleb
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