Building the First Long-Distance Hiking Trail in KurdistanThursday, 21 April, 2022 , 17:01 | Ben Mauk

Can it help knit together a nation?


Despite challenges; KRG pockets around $4bn in 2021 oil salesFriday, 1 April, 2022 , 18:32 | By Dilan Sirwan | 30/03/2022

However, following repayment of debts to oil companies, operation costs, and pipeline costs, the KRG only retained a net income of $3.965 billion from crude sales, which is only an average 44 percent of the initial revenue gained.


Kurdish diva Pervin Chakar delves into Mesopotamian heritageFriday, 1 April, 2022 , 17:42 March 31, 2022 09:12

ANKARA: The award-winning Kurdish soprano Pervin Chakar may have made her name on international opera stages, but throughout her long and distinguished career she has also focused on the musical heritage of her homeland.


Afrin: Four Years of Darkness Under Turkish OccupationWednesday, 9 Mars, 2022 , 15:48


Soaring Energy Bills Deepen Crisis for Turks, and ErdoganMonday, 21 February, 2022 , 17:37 | By Carlotta Gall | Feb. 19, 2022

Hit by spiraling inflation, electricity bills have doubled for households and businesses in only a month.



‘She’s Not Free’: Inside Roger Waters’ Quest to Release a Jailed Kurdish MusicianMonday, 21 February, 2022 , 17:30 |

While Nûdem Durak sits in a Turkish prison, Pete Townshend, Robert Plant, Peter Gabriel, Brian May and more have rallied to get the singer-songwriter a new trial


Kids in ISIS Detention Camps Don’t Deserve This FateTuesday, 8 February, 2022 , 15:58 | Opinion | By Peter W. Galbraith

Mr. Galbraith is a former U.S. ambassador and assistant U.N. secretary general who has been working on issues of family reunification and repatriation in Northeast Syria.


Syria’s Kurds Wanted Autonomy. They Got an Endless WarMonday, 7 February, 2022 , 17:03 | By Jane Arraf

The Kurds of northeastern Syria dreamed of establishing an autonomous, multiethnic and gender-equal utopia. Instead, their breakaway region has been engulfed in conflict since its creation.

QAMISHLI, Syria — Suad Shukri arrived early one morning last week to visit her son’s grave. An hour later, the small cemetery would be thronged by thousands of mourners burying 12 fighters from a Kurdish-led force who were killed battling the recent Islamic State attack on a prison in northeast Syria.


Urgent call: Action for Aysel Tuğluk and sick prisoners in TurkeyThursday, 27 January, 2022 , 18:49

HDP | Statement by our Foreign Affairs Co-spokespersons Feleknas Uca and Hişyar Özsoy:


Selahattin DEMİRTAŞ awarded  the François MITTERRAND Prize Thursday, 13 January, 2022 , 18:21

The François MITTERRAND Prize created on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the May 10, 1981 victory was awarded to Selahattin DEMİRTAŞ former deputy and co-chairman of the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) imprisoned since 2016 in Turkey.