Afghan Refugees’ Sad Plight in Indonesia
In limbo, with no hope of a third country
By: Ainur Rohmah
The collapse of the Afghan state has shone a light on the thousands of frustrated and desperate Afghan refugees and asylum seekers in Indonesia – some of whom have waited eight to 10 years – caught in red tape over officials’ inability or refusal to give them any clarity on when they will be transferred to a third country.
At least 13 ha…
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