Newroz celebrations have begun in Batman, Mardin, Kızıltepe
Karayılan said the democratic resolution process hasn't ended but is continuing thanks to the unilateral steps of Kurdish leader Öcalan and the Kurdish movement
Protests have taken place in towns across Kurdistan demanding the release of sick inmates in Turkish jails
On 16 March 1988, Saddam Hussein unleashed a large scale chemical weapons attack against the rebellious Kurdish town of Halabja that caused for the deaths of at least 5000 civilians
Thousands of people who fled from Rojava to North Kurdistan have turned back to their land after the YPG and YPJ forces ensured the security of Kurdish-inhabited areas
Tribute to Tony Benn
Veteran Labour politician died last Friday aged 88
"All over the world, the first phases of torture consist in forcing to do something that seems absurd. For example, dressing and undressing, again and again..."
ETA shows its support to the "Basque way" to resolve the conflict by stating it is taking three new commitments
The story of Pat Finucane has been told and retold many times. He was one of almost 4,000 citizens to die as a result of the war in the North of Ireland, writes Gerry Adams
Censorship is about closing down dialogue, influencing and shaping public opinion, persuading citizens to sustain the status quo, writes Gerry Adams
The CELAC (Community of Latin American and Caribbean States) summit just ended in Havana. It was very important and a real slap to American politics and diplomacy
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