List of Hazara people

Hazara people make up the third largest ethnic group in Afghanistan, where they mainly inhabit the Hazaristan region,[1] as well as parts of Pakistan, especially Balochistan. The Hazaras have immigrated to Iran, Australia, Europe, and North America in the last several decades also as part of these two intertwined diasporean groupings, as part of the Hazara and wider Afghan diaspora.[2]

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