After U.S. Strikes, Iran’s Proxies Scale Back Attacks on American BasesWednesday, 28 February, 2024 , 18:08 | By Farnaz Fassihi, Eric Schmitt and Julian E. Barnes

Iran has made a concerted effort to rein in militias in Iraq and Syria after the United States retaliated with a series of airstrikes for the killing of three U.S. Army reservists this month.


Invitation to ZOZAN Workshop 8Tuesday, 27 February, 2024 , 18:48


Fake 'proof' used by Iranian media to justify deadly strikes on Iraqi KurdistanWednesday, 24 January, 2024 , 17:45


 The Kakai People: Hidden Religious Practices and Struggle for RecognitionTuesday, 23 January, 2024 , 15:51 - Omar Aziz - July 01, 2023




 The Status of Christians in the Kurdistan RegionTuesday, 23 January, 2024 , 15:48 - Archbishop Bashar M. Warda - July 01, 2023 

A commentary on the status of Christians in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq must begin with a recognition that much of the historical Christian lands in northern Iraq continue to exist in a disputed status, the sovereignty of which remains undetermined between the central Iraqi Government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Erbil. 


 KDP President Masoud Barzani attends burial ceremony of businessman killed in missile attackTuesday, 16 January, 2024 , 17:48

On Monday at least three ballistic missiles hit the private residence of a renowned Kurdish businessman Peshraw Dizayee in northern Erbil city during a family gathering, resulting in four casualties among his family.


Iraq to take legal measures against Iran following deadly Erbil attackTuesday, 16 January, 2024 , 16:33

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Iraq’s foreign ministry on Tuesday said that Baghdad will pursue legal measures against Tehran, including filing a complaint to the United Nations’ Seucrity Council, following a deadly attack with ballistic missiles on Erbil province the night before.


Why We’re Helping Yazidi Americans Get JusticeTuesday, 19 December, 2023 , 18:33 | Opinion By Amal Clooney and Lee Wolosky

ISIS was one of the most brutal terrorist organizations in modern history. At its peak, it exercised control of territory the size of Britain, recruited tens of thousands of fighters and carried out or inspired attacks in over two dozen countries. It relied on a network of financiers to realize such global ambitions. But most of that network’s members have yet to face justice, and most ISIS victims have yet to receive any compensation for their losses.


40 Years of the Kurdish Institute in ParisMonday, 27 November, 2023 , 17:22 | INTERVIEWS



Applying Her Kurdish Heritage to WatchesTuesday, 7 November, 2023 , 15:43 | By Victoria Gomelsky

Leyla Uysal uses ethnic motifs and the colors of her Turkish homeland in her Bajer line.