Families of Er and Dağ appeal to international community 

Abdurrahman Er and Mazlum Dağ were sentenced to death on 11 February 2020 by the Second Hall of the Erbil Criminal Court in the Autonomous Region of Iraqi Kurdistan . Their parents spoke to GR about the latest situation of their sons

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EH Bildu-Esquerra Republicana Group asked Spanish Government about Er and Dağ  0

Senators of the Parliamentary Group Esquerra Republicana – Euskal Herria Bildu at the Spanish Parliament have tabled a question to the Spanish Government about the death sentence handed out to Abdurrahman Er and Mazlum Dağ in South Kurdistan

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The Struggle for Kobanê – A Future for Kurds? 0

This week in September marks the 6th (since September 2014) anniversary of the Islamic State/Daesh’s advance on and siege of the Kurdish city of Kobanê

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Erciş, or the transformation of a province

With a population of 250 thousand Erciş is one of the largest provinces of Van, in North Kurdistan

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With the spirit of the hunger strikers to the end of Turkish fascism

After 200 days of incomparable historical resistance, the hunger strikes in Kurdistan, Turkey and Europe have been declared over today

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Kurdish activists called off hunger strike following Öcalan’s message

Thousands of prisoners and activists around the world were on hunger strike demanding the end of the isolation against Abdullah Öcalan

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Ramin Hossein Panahi, Iranian Kurd, to Die…

Prison officials summoned Ramin Hossein Panahi on 19 May informing him that his execution will be carried out after 15 June, when the Muslim month of Ramadan ends

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Kurdistan Communities Union calls for a boycott of Turkish goods and tourism

The umbrella organization of the Kurdish freedom movement called for a boycott of Turkish goods and tourism in Turkey to deal a blow against the economy of Turkey, which is the engine of the war against the Kurds.

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TURKEY: “HARROWING” REPRESSION OF KURDISH CULTURE & LANGUAGE

This 21 February 2018 – On Mother Language Day, PEN International “wishes to highlight the sustained repression of Kurdish culture and language in Turkey

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Cegerxwîn Academy of Arts: resisting cultural genocide

Ilhan Bakir is the director of the Cegerxwîn Cultural Center in Amed (Diyarbakir) and it is here, in the center’s confortable building that we meet him

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Kurdish-led SDF liberate Raqqa

Brigadier General Talal Silo, a spokesman for the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced to the world media the fall of the Islamic State’s self-proclaimed capital, on Tuesday, 17 October

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Detenciones y ejecuciones en el Kurdistan iraní

La Asociación de Derechos Humanos del Kurdistán, ha publicado un informe sobre las violaciones de derechos humanos en Rojhelat, el Kurdistan iraní

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TURKEY’S WAR AGAINST THE ACADEMICS…

Two recent studies have once again drawn attention to the unprecedented crackdown on academics and intellectual freedom in post coup Turkey

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KURDISH HUNGER STRIKES. INTENSIFY DESPITE HOPES OF DIALOGUE

there is now serious concern that after an unbelievable 54 days on hunger strike (as of April 9th) a number of prisoners are passing the point of no return

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Turkey Condemned for Forced Exodus of Kurds from Diyarbakir

Tuesday, 6th December 2016, Amnesty International release their report “DISPLACED AND DISPOSSESSED: SUR RESIDENTS’ RIGHT TO RETURN HOME”.

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Brussels and sealed Europe

The keyword after the jihadist massacre that hit Brussels, causing 31 dead and 230 wounded, is: “sealing”

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