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article thumbnail      Ruth Pollard   Middle East Correspon       A YPG fighter stands atop a farmhouse near the contested town of Tel Hamis, the yellow YPG flag raised to symbolise the area's liberation from IS. Photo: Fadi...
Three Cheers for Pluralism Over Separatism
Wednesday, 24 September 2014
article thumbnail       The New York Times    20 Sep 2014    By Thomas L. Friedman    MADRID — THIS was an interesting week to visit Britain and Spain — first to watch the Scottish separatists push for independence and then to watch...
article thumbnail        Baghdad Government Doesn’t Solve Kurds’ Core Issues By Sarkawt Shamsulddin The formation of the new Iraqi government is unlikely to address the root of the problems that have plagued Iraq for...
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article thumbnail      Human Rights Award of Weimar goes to two kidnapped Syrian bishops At the suggestion of Society for Threatened Peoples (STP), the commission decided to award this year’s Human Rights Award of Weimar to...
article thumbnail      Background: The Advancing Widows’ Assistance via Enterprise (AWAVE) Program was awarded to Relief International (RI) on September 10, 2013,  with a Goal to “Transform – through the establishment of...
article thumbnail      On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women 2013, the Euro Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN) releases a new report “Violence against women, a...
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article thumbnailA great turnout made possible with the assistance of Daryan Jamal a student from Hawler Medical University, Cesiah Alcaraz from House Refugee of Mexico, IFMSA-Kurdistan and Tolerancy International,...
Terrorism attacks, are they blind?
Friday, 29 March 2013
What is the motive behind terrorism? What is the future of terrorism in Iraq?
article thumbnailIt is internationally normal to find political parties which have a common electoral program forming alliances to enter the elections, and then to work together to implement their program if they...
Sahin Alpay, Today’s Zaman, January 19, 2015 It is true that while the governing Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Turkey labels itself “conservative democratic," most, if not all, of its...
      BERLIN, Germany – NATO must force Turkey to stop its undeclared support of the Islamic State (ISIS) and shift its policy toward the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), the deputy speaker of the German...
Is Post-9/11 World Safer?
Wednesday, 24 September 2014
        By Namo Abdulla 22/9/2014Washington D.C. - The world forever changed a little more than 13 years ago. It was a crisp, clear morning when four passenger jets were used as missiles. Two passenger...
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      ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Massoud Barzani, president of the Kurdistan Region, said Turkey remained a “friend” despite its failure to open a supply route for Kurdish military aid to reach the...
      DUHOK, Kurdistan Region — Iraq’s government must “intervene immediately” to aid hundreds of thousands of war refugees who have settled in the autonomous Kurdistan Region, Kurdish Prime Minister...
        ERBIL, Kurdistan Region—Kurdistan’s Peshmerga forces have opened doors to the region’s Christian population and recruit them to join the fight against the Islamic State (IS), an official told Rudaw.
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      MURSITPINAR, Turkey – Islamic State (ISIS) militants launched a fresh offensive inside the Syrian Kurdish border town of Kobane overnight, seizing control of a market area in the east, a monitoring...
Kobane Kurds Warn of ‘Second Shingal’
Wednesday, 24 September 2014
      ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Syrian Kurds in Kobane warned on Monday they are facing a “second Shingal” at the hands of the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) unless the international community intervenes within days.
        ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - President Obama announced Wednesday that the US and coalition of allies, now including almost 40 countries, will support members of the Syrian opposition in the fight...
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