In the course of just one week in late September, the entire population of ethnic Armenians fled Nagorno-Karabakh. Leo Earle looks behind this mass exodus.
Kurds and their supporters in France, Germany, and Switzerland protested on July 8 over new death threats against Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) leader Abdullah Öcalan who has been imprisoned by the Turkish state for the past 24 years, reports Peter Boyle.
Turkey — a member of NATO and the Council of Europe — carried out a targeted assassination of local political leaders in North-Eastern Syria, on June 20, reports Sarah Glynn.
Finland and Sweden applied in May last year to join the NATO military alliance. Vijay Prashad looks at why Sweden's membership is being blocked.
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s win in the May 28 second round of the Turkish presidential elections has sent a wave of concern and dread through democratic circles and the large Kurdish minority, reports Peter Boyle.
The Turkish general election on May 14 had mixed results, reports Peter Boyle. A run off for the presidential poll will take place on May 28, amid of electoral irregularities, while the far-right AKP failed to win a majority in the Assembly.
Kenan Bircan, the Sydney representative of the Green Left Party (Yeşil Sol Parti) in Turkey, discusses its campaign for the May 14 general election.
The Green Left Party (Yeşil Sol Parti) campaign for the May 14 Turkish general election was launched in western Sydney on April 22.
The People’s Democratic Party will likely be forced to use a different party name in the May 14 snap poll, due to a politically motivated trial against it, reports Susan Price.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is weaponising the triple earthquake disaster in south-eastern Turkey and north-eastern Syria against the Kurdish population by blocking and delaying emergency responses, reports Peter Boyle.
Turkish dictator President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is using the earthquake disaster as a weapon in his ongoing war on the Kurdish people according to Zerebar Karimi.
Twin earthquakes have devastated Kurdish towns and cities in Turkey and Syria. But the Turkish and Syrian governments have not been providing desperately needed emergency aid, explains Gulfer Olan.
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