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Query responses are replies to focused queries or requests for Information that are submitted in the course of the refugee status determination process.
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Kyrgyzstan: 1. What is the ethnic/race breakdown in Kyrgyzstan and what is the percentage of each group in the total population of Kyrgyzstan? 2. What is the religious breakdown in Kyrgyzstan and what is the percentage of each group in the total population of Kyrgyzstan. 3. What country information is there about discrimination against persons of Russian ethnicity and Russian orthodox religion in Kyrgyzstan, particularly single women or single elderly women? 4. Does the Government and/or its authorities prevent Russian Orthodox practice in any way in Kyrgyzstan? 5. Is there any evidence that Kyrgyz males are harassing and attacking single women in Kyrgyzstan? 6. Is there country information showing that the government and its police or security agencies are not protecting Russian orthodox Russians, particularly women? 7. Is there information to show that extortion, ransom and kidnapping is on the rise in Kyrgyzstan and if so, is there evidence that the government is trying to contain it? 8. When did the overthrow of government occur in Kyrgyzstan? Since the installation of the new government, is there country information to indicate that Russian Orthodox are being discriminated against even more so than prior to its installation? 9. Is there any information that indicates that Russian Orthodox members are safer if living in another part of the country?

7 March 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Kyrgyzstan: Information on ethnic violence in Osh in June 2010 including: what sparked the violence; treatment of Uzbeks by state and non-state agents; whether police protection is available; whether freedom of movement is available for Uzbeks; information on NGOs who work with the Uzbeks; information on Uzbek traditions, culture, society and history

25 June 2010 | Publisher: Ireland: Refugee Documentation Centre | Document type: Query Responses

Afghanistan: 1. Please provide information about whether in 1989 or 1990 there was trouble in Afghanistan whereby Hazaras were being killed by the Pushtuns, Tajiks and Uzbeks? 2. Is there evidence to confirm Afghan Hazaras escaped to Pakistan around this time? 3. Please provide further information about property disputes in Afghanistan back to the 1980's. 4. Please provide information on the treatment or protection of illegal Afghan Hazara Shia Muslim refugees, especially those who moved into Pakistan around 1989 or 1990, by the Pakistani authorities. Is the treatment of those who moved then any different to the treatment of those who moved more recently? 5. Please provide information about the Wahabis and Sunni Muslims and the Baloch targeting the Hazaras in Pakistan. 6. Is there information indicating that Hazara people in Quetta are unable to go out freely at night or that they are found dead in the streets? 7. Please provide information on the treatment of the Hazaras of the Shia Muslim religion in Afghanistan and whether they face serious harm in Afghanistan. 8. Please provide information on whether the authorities in Afghanistan, most of whom are not Hazara, can actually protect Hazaras.

15 April 2010 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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