Afghan native Daoud Nabi settled in New Zealand in 1977.Daoud Nabi sought asylum in New Zealand more than 40 years ago after fleeing Afghanistan with his two sons.Christchurch, the place he’s called home since 1977, offered hope and safety for him and his family.Authorities have not released details and information on the victims, but his son, Yama Nabi, confirmed his death.
A Syrian refugee and his teenage sons, a Pakistani academic and a blossoming student are among the victims of Friday’s terror attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand.According to a police statement on Sunday, 50 people were killed and 50 injured after a gunman went on a rampage in two mosques, the biggest massacre in New Zealand’s modern history.The victims were targeted as they gathered at the mosques for Friday prayers, leaving the country’s Muslim community — and the world — in mourning.As authorities begin to release information on the victims, here’s what we know:
Sep 25, 2020Seeking a solution to the Rohingya crisis, Bangladesh has called for solidarity and cooperation with each other to achieve peace and security in Asia, making it a harmonious region of lasting peace and common prosperity. “We believe that peace and security in Asia can be achieved through dialogue and cooperation, where all states coexist peacefully […]
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