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US troops exchange fire with Turkish-backed rebels in Syria – CNNPolitics

US troops in northern Syria came under direct attack last week by Turkish-backed rebels, a military official with the coalition …

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America is responsible for Turkey’s genocide against Kurdish 

Birlik said the same goes for Şırnak city center and that 70% of the city center has been demolished. Birlik …

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Tensions flare between US, Iran via Shiite factions in Iraq

The Iraqi-Syrian border became the focus of this conflict as the Shiite factions close to Iran, with the help of advisers …

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Israel Shares “Deeply Troubling” Intel with U.S. on Iranian Troop

Israel remains concerned about Iranian influence in southern Syria, despite high level discussions between United States and Israeli security officials …

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Turkish gov’t demolishes 12,000-years-old human heritage in antique Hasankeyf town

Demolotion of historical caves in antique town of Hasankeyf by Turkish government by using explosives has drew ire from people …

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Turkey’s Kurdish antique town Hasankeyf to be destroyed with Ilisu Dam

The Council of Batman City in Turkish Kurdistan held an important symposium this past weekend. The symposium was on Batman’s …

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Every place must become a ground of resistance

A genocide is being committed in Kurdistan and the world must recognize and assess it correctly. This genocide is being …

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Hawija: The Haven of ISIS

On August 2, Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) launched an operation to begin liberating Tal Afar. Yet the city’s liberation will be no …

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The Hit List: Killing pro-Kurds on the orders of the highest Turkish State officials 

Former MIT chief, Mehmet Eymur, produced a 54 name hit list before the No. 1 High Criminal Court in Ankara …

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The Islamic Republic forces murdered another Kurdish innocent civilian

Farhad Zardi, a 26 years old married and has two children, along with a number of other carrier, has been …

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