kurdistan

'Step by step, the regime will lose control’: An interview with an Iranian revolutionary

BEHIND THE LINES: Kawthar Fatahi, 33, a former teacher from in Iran’s Western Azerbaijan Province, is now a leading activist and organizer for the Iranian Kurdish Komala Party.

At a commemoration in London, Iraqi Jews tell of their flight to freedom

The legacy of the millenia-old Jewish communities of the Arab world must be preserved.

By LYN JULIUS
05/12/2022

Turkey asks for understanding after US warning against Syria incursion

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has suggested a ground operation to combat Kurdish militants following airstrikes.

By KRISTINA JOVANOVSKI/THE MEDIA LINE
03/12/2022

With attacks on Kurds, Erdogan aims to weaken opposition ahead of election

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has blamed Kurdish groups for a deadly bombing in Istanbul that took the lives of six people and wounded dozens.

By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
25/11/2022

As Turkey gears up for Syria, Iraq invasion, can the US stop them? - analysis

Ankara’s threats are not new. It has been threatening and carrying out invasions of Syria, often targeting Kurdish areas, routinely since 2016.

Turkey and Iran attack Kurdish areas in Syria and Iraq

Iran claims its attacks are designed to counter Kurdish groups that back protests in the country.

Iran targets dissident sites in Iraqi Kurdistan with missiles, drones

The IRGC struck military bases in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region, aiming to destroy sites that were partly destroyed in previous attacks.

By REUTERS
21/11/2022

Turkish airstrikes target Kurdish militants in Syria, Iraq after bombing

Attack in Istanbul on Nov. 13 killed six people • Ankara has blamed Kurdish militants for the blast

By REUTERS
20/11/2022

Why can't Iran stop the ongoing street protests against the regime?

Iran's regime thought the protests would end 40 days after Mahsa Amini's death. But they were wrong. The protests are continuing and Iran can't control them.

Iran showcases air defense prowess amid deadly protests - why?

Tehran is concerned about attacks and it wants to show that, even if it is facing protests in the very heart of the capital, it can still defend itself.

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