A Hazara family is divided three ways, with no chance in sight of being together
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“At the beginning they said we’ll transfer you to Darwin and if your treatment takes longer, we’ll bring all your children,” says Nasreen. “But they lied, and when I realised they lied I was crying and screaming.”
Nasreen sits in a beige recliner at the edge of her tidy kitchen in Sydney. Her small body is covered with a blanket, her face framed with a scarf. She...