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PAKISTAN-MINORITY/HAZARA
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July 04, 2019
Nargis Hazara, 20, martial arts specialist, who belongs to ethnic Hazara community, works on her computer...
Quetta, Pakistan
The Wider Image: "Under Siege": Fear and defiance mark life for Pakistan's Hazaras
Nargis Hazara, 20, martial arts specialist, who belongs to ethnic Hazara community, works on her computer as she sits beside her portrait at her home in Hazara Town, Quetta, Pakistan, June 13, 2019. Domestic media often portray the Hazaras as targets of sectarian attacks or holding sit-ins to demand greater protection, but the community is developing and growing, said Nargis, who last year became Pakistan's first winner of an Asian Games medal in karate. "Every one of us has a dream, a target and aim in our heart, to change the image of Hazaras in the world, and especially in Pakistan." REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro SEARCH "HAZARA MINORITY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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