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Who are the Kurds?

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The Kurds are the largest ethnic group in the world without their own state, numbering somewhere between 25 to 35 million in population. They mostly live in a region often referred to as Kurdistan, which stretches across the borders of …

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The Other Iraq: Who are the Kurds?

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This is an interesting excerpt from a documentary which starts by detailing the Kurdish crisis within Iraq, when Saddam was still its dictator, and then goes on to describe the history of the Kurds. Note: The beginning features disturbing images …

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Kurdish Journalist/Activist Sentenced To Death In Iran

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We deeply regret to hear this very unfortunate news from Iran: July 19, 2007 (RFE/RL) — Authorities in Iran’s northwestern Kurdistan Province have condemned two ethnic Kurds to death for acting against the country’s national security. Their lawyers told Radio …

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TAG Heuer Link replica Watch For

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Excerpt from today’s Evening Bulletin: My first timepiece would have been a replica TAG Heuer Link, but it had an extremely various appear than the others new 2017 models. The replica TAG Heuer Link was usually meant to become a …

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Introducing Kurdish Rights

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Kurdish Rights is a project by independent students who wish to fight for the rights of Kurds in Kurdistan and abroad. In this website, we aim to campaign for Kurdish human rights and spreading awareness about the human rights violations …

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