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Iran extract Kurdistan water reservoirs 

According to data,  Iranian central government plan to build 33 new dams on Eastern Kurdistan water reservoirs. These dams plan to retain more than 330 billions cubic meter of water.  However in the same time,  seventy-two percent of villages of Eastern Kurdistan (under Iran rule) suffer from state-build droughts. Iran …

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Iran loot a refinery from Iraq 

According to Kurdish website,  Beiji refinery equipments are taken by Iranian military militia force in Iraqi Kurdistan under chaotic circumstances of Iraqi government. Iran accuses the government of Iraq of support for terrorists and it has taken the equipment as a financial fine. The source mentions that Iranian government has …

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Rojava Deserves UN Seat

The beginning of 2017 is shaping up to be a critical period in the Syrian Kurds’ campaign to defeat Islamic State and secure a measure of political autonomy in their homeland. How President-elect Trump manages the competing interests and alliances in Syria will directly affect the Kurds’ destiny. Source  http://www.wsj.com/articles/syrian-kurds-deserve-a-seat-at-the-negotiating-table-1483914439

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Turkey genocide Kurds under West’s nose

Since July 2015, the Turkish authorities have waged a campaign against the population of southeastern Turkey, imposing a succession of 24-hour sieges, known as curfews, which have blocked access to health care – including emergency medical treatment for life-threatening injuries or illnesses – cut off water, food, and electricity to …

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Turkey Shudown Kurdish Institutes

Since the July 15 failed coup, about 1,500 NGOs have been closed. Some NGOs were accused of being affiliated with the Fethullah Gulen movement, which the government believes was behind the coup attempt, and others were closed because they were charged with being allied with the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), …

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A Museum for Kurds

Architect Daniel Libeskind and journalist Gwynne Roberts have been worked with the Kurdish regional government to build a new museum on historic Kurdish suffering and their pain. This musuem will be located in the city of Erbil, in Northern Iraqi Kurdistan. The link to full story is followed, http://www.wnyc.org/story/kurdistan-museum/

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Turkey’s Dictatorship Close Kurdish Institute

The Kurdish Institute of Istanbul (Enstituya Kurdi ya Stenbol), co-founded amongst others by Musa Anter and Ismail Besikci, has been shut down with the framework of martial decrees. https://www.evrensel.net/haber/302980/turkiyeyi-kurtaracak-olan-demokrasidir

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An Insult to Turkey

​Framing the ongoing operations in ethnic terms instead of identifying Turkey’s target, the PKK terrorist organization, is a misconstrued interpretation, especially when it was the PKK that terminated the peace process in July 2015.  Source : Washington post 

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Letter to UN Special Rapporteur

Letter to  UN Special Rapporteur Dear Dr. Shaheed I am writing to you with great urgency to call your attention to the tragic case of Mr. Mohammad Sadigh Kaboudvand(Kaboodvand), a prominent Kurdish human rights activist and journalist, who has been on protest hunger strike since May 8 and his declining …

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IRGC : In seven minutes, Tel Aviv and Haifa is leveled

Qasem Suleymani deputy, Ahmad Karimpour in a IRGC Qods headquarter meeting said that, we can level to ground , Israel cities in seven minutes. He added that all IRGC missile launchpads (cities) will be ready to attack against different Israel cities. “All cities and critical spots have been marked and …

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