TWO LOSSES: Mrs. Ferda Cemil Pasha and Professor Nadir NadirovFriday, 3 September, 2021 , 17:49

We are deeply saddened to announce the death of two eminent personalities of the Kurdish world: Mrs. Ferda Cemil Pacha, on August 31 in Istanbul and Professor Nadir Nadirov, on August 24 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.


US sanctions Syrian militia accused of killing Kurdish politicianThursday, 29 July, 2021 , 18:04 | Karwan Faidhi Dri

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — The United States Treasury Department on Wednesday sanctioned a Turkish-backed Syrian militia group accused of assassinating Kurdish female politician Hevrin Khalaf in 2019. The head of her party said the sanctions are a step towards bringing her killers to justice.


US senator says Turkish actions against pro-Kurdish party like ‘if Biden banned the Republican Party’Thursday, 22 July, 2021 , 17:48 | By Adam Lucente | July 22, 2021

Democratic and Republican senators voiced heavy criticism of the Turkish government to a State Department official during a Wednesday hearing. The lawmakers accused Ankara of abusing the international police system, being an “aggressor” toward Greece, and much more.


Turkish court accepts indictment seeking ban of pro-Kurdish partyMonday, 21 June, 2021 , 18:02 | By Daren Butter | June 21, 2021

ISTANBUL, June 21 (Reuters) - Turkey’s Constitutional Court on Monday accepted an indictment filed by a top prosecutor seeking a ban on the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) for alleged ties to militants, state media said, opening the way for a case to close parliament’s third-largest party.


Armed attack against our İzmir provincial building, resulting in the death of a young womanFriday, 18 June, 2021 , 17:04

17 June 2021 | Statement by our Foreign Affairs Spokespersons Feleknas Uca & Hişyar Özsoy:


Man storms Pro-Kurdish party office in Turkey, kills womanFriday, 18 June, 2021 , 16:43 | June 17, 2021

ANKARA, June 17 (Reuters) - A man stormed a local office of Turkey's main Pro-Kurdish party and shot dead a 20-year-old woman in the western city of Izmir on Thursday, prompting the party to blame a public government crackdown on it which has intensified this year.


Iran’s Proxies in Iraq Threaten U.S. With More Sophisticated WeaponsTuesday, 8 June, 2021 , 16:28 | Jane Arraf and | June 4, 2021

Iran-backed militias in Iraq are suspected of carrying out recent drone strikes on sensitive American targets in Iraq, evading U.S. defenses.


What happens when Biden and Erdogan meet next week?Tuesday, 8 June, 2021 , 14:56 | David Lepeska | June 7, 2021

Joe Biden will depart on Thursday for Europe on his first foreign trip as US president, headed for an anxiously anticipated inaugural summit with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.


For Arabs and Muslims, do only Palestinian lives matter?Monday, 7 June, 2021 , 16:11 | Akil Marceau | Jun. 6, 2021

In Ankara, Tehran, Damascus and Baghdad, there are mass rallies for Palestine, but no solidarity for Kurdish liberation from occupation, ethnic cleansing and genocide. Rank hypocrisy rules, and this is why


Voices from Afrin: First-hand Accounts of Turkish Crimes Against the Kurds and Policy Proposals From Those AffectedMonday, 31 May, 2021 , 17:13