Solidarity marches with Kobanê have taken place in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide as part of the 1 November Global Day for Kobanê.
Today there will be rallies and marches in at least 92 cities in 30 countries on 5 continents to mark World Kobanê Day, 1 November, following the appeal made by prominent people, including Nobel Peace laureates, academics and philosophers.
Kurdish and French organisations protested yesterday in Paris at the official visit of Turkish President Erdoğan. Police surrounded the Elysee palace as talks went on inside.
ELDH, which presently unites lawyers in 18 European countries, has issued an appeal calling for the removal of the from the EU Terror List, lifting of the activity ban, support to the peace process and legal reassessment of PKK.
YPG said ISIS gangs who were continuing their intensified and continuous attacks on the Kobanê town were facing a determined resistance by YPG/YPJ fighters and local people alongside FSA-affiliate Burkan Al Fırat forces.
YPJ fighters call for resistance on 1 November
The YPJ fighters have also made a call for 1st November; " We want all the people around the world to stand up in solidarity with Kobanê as we fight here against a gang organisation that has declared war on humanity.”
The fifth Yılmaz Güney Kurdish Short Film Festival being organised jointly by the Batman Municipality and the Middle East cinema academy will be dedicated to Sinjar.
The morning begun and the sun rise in the sky and announces another given day, predictably blue, hot and sunny, as if the good weather was almost a public service.
Who can doubt that Nelson Mandela is a great loss, not only for South Africa, but for all oppressed humanity?
Ekin Ceren Women's Center of Diyarbakır's Kayapınar Municipality has been working to create employment for women since 2008
28 dismissed workers at Punto Deri, members of Deri-Is, have been picketing for more than three months for their fundamental rights
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