The Baloch diaspora refers to Baloch people, and their descendants, who have emigrated to places outside of the Balochistan region of South-Central Asia – a region stretching from southwestern Pakistan, southern Afghanistan and Southeastern Iran. The Baloch diaspora is found throughout the Middle East, South Asia, Turkmenistan, East Africa, Europe, North America and in other parts of the world.
Smaller but sizeable Baloch communities are found throughout various states in the United States and Canada. Baloch immigrants in North America have formed their own cultural associations and tend to keep the community active through social occasions.
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