Iranian courts are now issuing death sentences to protesters. As the nation-wide uprisings in the country continue, five people this week have been sentenced to death for participating.
We hear from activists who discuss the impact of the PKK’s founding leader Abdullah Öcalan, and his philosophy, on the women-led Iran protests.
Contradictions surrounding the bomb attack that took place in Istanbul city centre on 13 November and the immediate arrest of the prime suspect are a matter for heated discussion among the Turkish public. We look at some of the controversy surrounding the identity of the suspect.
Syrian Kurdish politician Saleh Muslim has called the explosion in Istanbul a “terrorist attack”, saying it targeted Kurdish people geared to impact Turkey’s domestic politics.
And, as Turkish authorities point to Afrin as the source of Sunday’s blast, Turkish-backed Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) begins to withdraw from Afrin but jihadist groups continue to threaten, rob and abduct civilians in the northern Syrian city.
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