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A Kurdish Poet Arrested in Ilam by Iranian Officials

According to a report of the Kurdistan’s Democracy and Human rights Center, Ali Mohammad Mohammadi, the Kurdish poet and political …

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Wikipedia has been blocked in Turkey

With the move, Turkey joins the Chinese government as two of the only nations to completely block access to Wikipedia. Since a failed …

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“Respect international law” – UN experts urge Iran to stop executions

Iran must abide by its obligations under international human rights law and stop carrying out death sentences passed on persons …

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Turkey Uncensored: ‘First, They Came For the Armenians’

In 1936, the Turkish government requested that minority foundations provide a list of their own assets and properties. In 1974, …

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Turkey’s War Crimes

January 28, 1996 By Kani Xulam Just a few weeks ago, “The European”, a weekly newspaper published in London, England, …

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Turkish state wants to finish what ISIS started: Kurdish Yazidi Commander

Shingal Resistance Units (YBȘ) Commander Zerdeșt Șengali commented on the airstrikes by Turkish warplanes on the Yazidi homeland in the Kurdistan Region and said: …

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A Forgotten Past: Anzac and the Armenian Genocide

On April 24, 1915, the day before Anzac soldiers landed amid a hail of rifle-fire on the beaches of Gallipoli, …

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Denial of the Armenian Genocide should concern us all

In April 2015 the centenary of the genocide was marked in Turkey by a burgeoning civil society movement, that has …

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The Kurdish asylum detainee who shot a film in secret

The filmmaker holds hope that day will come, but there is no certainty. Mr Boochani fled Iran after his work …

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Iranian president Hassan Rouhani ‘plagiarised PhD thesis at Scottish university’

A Scottish university has confirmed it received a complaint that Iran’s new president, Hassan Rouhani, plagiarised part of the thesis …

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