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AFRIN IS NOT ALONE! WORLD DAY FOR AFRIN MARCH 24

An International Day of Global Solidarity has been  called for Saturday, March 24… Make noise… so that together we can say its long past time when lunatic dictators with an addiction to power and violence can hold half the world to ransom

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Human Rights. TURKEY ON ‘TRIAL’  Finally

the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal will meet on 15 & 16 March to examine the crimes committed by the Turkish Republic against the Kurdish people, both on its own (and Kurdish) territory and abroad

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S STRUGGLE DAY, – FROM KURDISTAN – “To the Women of the World”

This March 8 should be a time for people to stand up and support the achievements gained against insurmountable odds by Kurdish women in their struggle

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KURDISTAN: The “Dirty War” The Price of Wanting Freedom?

there are death squads looking to disband Turkish and Kurdish opposition members

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Kurdistan Workers’ Party Enters its 40th year: PKK Statement

Since its birth and foundation, the PKK has inherited a very negative historic legacy, and has prevented the destruction of the Kurdish people under the colonialist-genocidal system

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NORTHERN KURDISTAN: RUMOURS OF PEACE (TALKS)?

February 2017: Following the late night 45-minute phone call on February 7th between U.S. President Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, CIA director, Mike Pompeo was in Ankara two days later for a short visit. “All eyes on

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Suspect in Kurdish Women Murder Dies in Prison

Omer Guney, the 34 year-old jailed suspect of the assassination of three Kurdish women activists in Paris in 2013 has died in hospital days before his trial. The only suspect in the killing of Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) founder Sakine Cansiz

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The Long Road to Peace

Making peace, as Gerry Adams continues to reiterate, quoting Nelson Mandela, is much more difficult than making war

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LAS MILICIANAS DE ROJAVA SON DIGNAS HEREDERAS DE UNA TRADICIÓN DE LUCHA

Nos las presentan como heroínas salidas de la nada, que armas en mano luchan junto a los hombres, defendiendo la ya épica ciudad de Kobane. Las jóvenes milicianas y sus oficiales mujeres son, sin embargo, continuadoras de lo que ya se ha convertido en una “tradición” entre las mujeres kurdas, luchar por la libertad de su pueblo y por su propia liberación. Detrás de imágenes y noticias se esconde la verdadera historia del proceso de liberación de la mujer en el Kurdistán, en la que el PKK ha jugado un papel casi fundacional.

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El gobierno turco puso precio a las ejecuciones de las tres activistas kurdas 0

Poco a poco, como si se tratara de una investigación «personal», periodistas y activistas kurdos están disipando la niebla que amenaza con envolver la ejecución de las tres militantes kurdas del pasado 9 de enero en París. Sakine Cansiz, co-fundadora

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