The primary suspect in Sunday’s Istanbul explosion, Ahlam Albashir, admitted that she entered Turkey from the Syrian city of Idlib, not from Afrin, as Turkish authorities claimed.
A special committee under the Iraqi parliament will investigate Turkey’s alleged use of chemical weapons in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
As Kurdish right’s activist Mark Campbell heads to court in Britain under terror charges, he argues the PKK should not be listed as a terrorist organisation, and says Britain has “clearly politicised the independent judiciary” in favour of Turkey.
Ahead of the founding anniversary of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), Kurdistan Communities Union Co-chair Cemil Bayık spoke on women’s liberation and Abdullah Öcalan.
And as protests rage on in Iran, international human rights groups have called for urgent global pressure on authorities to stop handing out death sentences to protesters.
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