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Afghans in Indonesia protest slow UN resettlement process


Hundreds of Afghan refugees and asylum seekers living in Indonesia rallied in front of the U.N. refugee agency office in Jakarta on Monday to urge it to speed up their resettlement.

They held large banners reading “Our families are in danger. Please act now” and “Resettle refugees and save lives” during the rally in front of the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

Some children of asylum seeker joined the rally and held banners in their hands.

Bibi Rahima Farhangdost, 31, said she left her job as a teacher in Afghanistan’s Ghazni province and arrived in Indonesia in 2014 after the Taliban ordered her not to work outside her house. Continue Reading


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