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The Islamic Republic's History of Massacring Kurdish Baha'is

The Islamic Republic's History of Massacring Kurdish Baha'isWednesday, 30 November, 2022 , 16:26

Iranwire.com

Slaughter has been the Iranian government’s only response to protest over the past 43 years. And even as the September 16 death of the 22-year-old woman, Mahsa Amini, at the hands of Islamic Republic forces, triggered Iran’s current and unprecedented nationwide protest against more than four decades of tyranny, so too has the Iranian government again massacred men, women and children to hold on to power.

How Turkey’s Latest Actions Could Fatally Undermine Its Yearlong Bid For New F-16s

How Turkey’s Latest Actions Could Fatally Undermine Its Yearlong Bid For New F-16sWednesday, 30 November, 2022 , 16:13

Forbes.com | Paul Iddon

In a mere week, Turkey attacked the United States’ Kurdish allies in Syria, endangered U.S. troops, and again doubled down on its contentious purchase of an advanced Russian air defense system. Such actions could further buttress already significant opposition in Washington to a proposed sale of modernized F-16s to Ankara.

Turkey again condemned by the ECHR

Turkey again condemned by the ECHRTuesday, 8 November, 2022 , 16:33

Turkey: Hundreds of Refugees Deported to Syria

Turkey: Hundreds of Refugees Deported to SyriaTuesday, 25 October, 2022 , 16:07

Hrw.org

EU Should Recognize Turkey Is Unsafe for Asylum Seekers

Is Turkey violating the Chemical Weapons Convention?

Is Turkey violating the Chemical Weapons Convention?Friday, 21 October, 2022 , 18:19

An independent investigation into possible violations of the Chemical Weapons
Convention in Northern Iraq is urgently needed
Dr. Josef Savary, Dr. Jan van Aken – IPPNW Switzerland/Germany

Iraq: Iran Attacks Kill Civilians in Kurdistan Region

Iraq: Iran Attacks Kill Civilians in Kurdistan RegionFriday, 21 October, 2022 , 18:12

Hrw.org | Civilians, Refugees Injured, Killed, Displaced

(London) – Some of the attacks by Iranian Revolutionary Guards on Iranian opposition party offices in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq in late September struck towns and villages where the parties were not carrying out any military activity, according to local residents, Human Rights Watch said today. According to media reports, the attacks killed at least 16 people, injured dozens more, and displaced hundreds of families.

Turkey: 21 Kurdish journalists arrested accused of “terrorist” activities

Turkey: 21 Kurdish journalists arrested accused of “terrorist” activitiesTuesday, 14 June, 2022 , 18:29

Ifj.org

Turkish police arrested 21 Kurdish journalists and media workers in a massive operation in the Kurdish-majority southeastern province of Diyarbakir on terrorism charges. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its Turkish affiliates strongly condemn these massive arrests of journalists on groundless charges and urges for the immediate release of all of them.

Prison Sentence of Asal Mohammadi Upheld by Court of Appeals

Prison Sentence of Asal Mohammadi Upheld by Court of AppealsWednesday, 27 April, 2022 , 17:36

En-hrana.org

Branch 36 of the Court of Appeals upheld one year and eight months imprisonment sentence for Asal Mohammadi. Initially, Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court of Tehran had convicted Mohammadi on the charges of “propaganda against the regime and assembly and collusion against national security.”

Who will protect Kurdish children from armored vehicles?

Who will protect Kurdish children from armored vehicles?Tuesday, 7 September, 2021 , 15:45

Bianet.org

Hakan, Dilek, Raşid, Berfin… The children who were hit and run over by armored vehicles and lost their lives in Turkey…

Suspect in death of Kurdish boy released in Turkey

 Suspect in death of Kurdish boy released in TurkeyTuesday, 7 September, 2021 , 15:40

Rudaw.net

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - A Turkish police officer accused in the death of a Kurdish boy, was released on Monday after giving his testimony, according to media reports.