Turkey steps up military intervention in Iraq

Turkey’s main aim is to crush movements for democracy and Kurdish rights

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Against Erasure: Art and Sudan’s Sit-in

More than 100 people were killed and hundreds injured in the government’s June 3 attack on a sit-in in Khartoum

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Psychology, meet politics

Our inner and outer crises are two sides of the same coin. It’s time we acted on that fact

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La política internacional de chantajes que práctica de Donald Trump da sus primeros réditos inmediatos con México

Un efecto colateral posible del anunciado despliegue del contingente de la Guardia Nacional en la frontera con Guatemala  podría ser además es el aumento de la tensión y potenciales enfrentamientos armados de las fuerzas policiales con el movimiento zapatista

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Guatemala / Belice: Corte Internacional de Justicia anuncia inicio de procedimiento

a Corte Internacional de Justicia (CIJ) ha anunciado que fue solicitada por ambos Estados, Guatemala y Belice para examinar el diferendo territorial que persiste desde la proclamación de independencia de Belice en 1981

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The AANES Remains the Only True Option for Peace, Stability, and Freedom in Syria

this democratic, rights-based polity, which was established in 2012 after the Assad regime left the area, remains the region’s best bet for stability, justice, and peace

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Global Action Day for Hasankeyf

On June 7 and 8 actions are planned in dozens of cities in Turkey and across Mesopotamia

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Taşhoron Church in ruins as Turkish government abandoned restoration project

The historical Taşhoron (Surp Yerrortutyun) Church in the neighbourhood of Malatya where murdered Armenian journalist Hrant Dink spent his childhood was left to its fate in 2012 as restoration works were not completed

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Turkey – Damned Again…

Turkey has continued to move further away from the European Union,” noted the commission in its annual report on enlargement, the European Commission’s  report on Ankara’s progress towards membership

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Iran: Abusive forced veiling laws police women’s lives

Under the country’s compulsory veiling laws, women and girls – even those as young as seven – are forced to cover their hair with a headscarf against their will. Women who do not are treated as criminals by the state.

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