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  • U.S. supports Kurdistan Independence Referendum

    U.S. supports Kurdistan Independence Referendum WASHINGTON D.C., The United States stated on Thursday, June 8, 2017, that it appreciates the “legitimate aspirations” of the people in Iraqi Kurdistan, during the daily briefing, a day after officials in Erbil, Kurdistan decided on holding Kurdistan independence referendum on September 25, 2017. “We support a unified, stable and

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  • Kurdish athletes in Rio Olympics 2016

    As the Rio 2016 started in Brazil, all Kurdish eyes were up to welcoming team Kurdistan but unfortunately as we all know Kurdistan is not a country yet, so Kurdistan couldn’t participate as a team, yet that doesn’t mean there are not Kurdish athletes.Here’s the list of Kurdish athletes who are participating in the Rio

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  • EU to open representation office in Kurdistan

    The European Union will soon open an Office in Erbil, the capital of Kurdistan region to support the current activities of the EU in coordination with the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), the United Nations and NGOs. Minister Falah Mustafa the head of KRG Foreign Relations welcomes the decision of the EU for opening their office

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  • Iran allowing Kurdish Language Studies!

    What a good news from Kurdistan the Iranian part, now it’s allowed to study in ‪#‎Kurdish‬ language in Iran, not only for one subject but the entire education can be taught in the Kurdish language. For many years the Kurds in Turkey and Iran we were not allowed to speak in the Kurdish language in

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  • ASAWAR & The Kurdish Project

    ASAWAR met with The Kurdish Project team yesterday July 30, 2015, ASAWAR was represented by the MFA student Maher Sinjary from Kurdistan, and The Kurdish Project was represented by the two brilliant Americans Eric and Max, the purpose of this meeting was about introducing to each others, and letting them know about the ASAWAR and the

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  • John Kerry and Masoud Barzani the President of Kurdish Region.

    The U.S. Kurdish Relations

    The United States consideration of the Kurdish case dates back to the World War I, when the President Woodrow Wilson and the Allied Nations supported the idea Kurdish independent state after the fall of the Ottoman Empire. The idea was strong back then, but it didn’t last, however, from that the U.S. and Kurdish relations

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  • Iran shells Kurdish village

    Iran is one of the four countries that surround Kurdistan and today they shelled a Kurdish village in that area, which is close to the Iraqi and Iranian borders, in a Kurdish village at the foot of the Surin Mountain early Wednesday morning.

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  • Nations are soul-searching

    Earlier this month, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that any nuclear agreement reached between the P5+1 group and Tehran must include “unambiguous Iranian recognition of Israel’s right to exist”.   Credit: The National  

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  • Young Americans Still Lack Basic Global Knowledge

    The National Geographic made a survey about how much young Americans know about outside the U.S. generally, and it turned out that six of 10 young Americans between the ages of 16-24 cannot find Iraq on the map, even though after the 2003 War in Iraq, you would think American younger generation will pay attention

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  • US senator: arm Iraq’s Kurds and give them a country

    US senator: arm Iraq’s Kurds and give them a country

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