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Francia: la progresión del coronavirus

La respuesta de cada Estado a la pandemia del coronavirus COVID19, declarada como tal por la OMS tan solo el pasado 11 de marzo, ha sido muy variada, observando con temor lo que ocurrió en China y en Italia

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Italy prison riots appeal

Thirteen dead prisoners. A staggering number

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New call for the release of Kurdish poet İlhan Sami Çomak jailed in Turkey for 26 years

Turkey counts so many political prisoners (there are currently up to 70,000 students in jail) that it can be easy to get human rights fatigue when reporting on the country

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A propósito del asesinato reciente de un líder indigena en Costa Rica

El pasado 24 de febrero, en Costa Rica, Jerhy Rivera Rivera, un líder indígena en la zona de Térraba, fue asesinado

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El oscuro futuro de Irán. Entrevista con Farian Sabahi

Farian Sabahi es escritora, académica y periodista, especializada en geopolítica y cuestiones de género en Oriente Medio

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The Window of my mind

An essay originally written by Bobby Sands in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh in 1979

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Outrage – and More Outrage …Lest we forget Hevrîn Khalaf

On 12 October 2019, Hevrîn Khalaf and her driver were killed by Turkish-backed Ahrar al-Sharqiya mercenaries near the M4 Motorway as part of the Turkish military invasion «Operation Spring Peace»

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Estados Unidos / Irán: cartas remitidas al Consejo de Seguridad de Naciones Unidas sobre sus recientes acciones militares

El pasado 8 de enero, Irán remitió formalmente al Consejo de Seguridad una carta en la que justifica el ataque con misiles a dos bases militares en las que estacionan fuerzas militares norteamericanas ubicadas en Al-Assad y en Irbil

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“Şervano” – The song of resistance

The Kurdish people’s resistance against the invasion of northern and eastern Syria by the Turkish army and its proxies continues

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“THE MURDERERS INDICTED”

On January 9th, 2013, Sakine Cansiz (Sara), Kurdistan National Congress (KNK) Paris Representative Fidan Doğan (Rojbin), and Leyla Şaylemez (Ronahî), an organizer for the PKK’s youth movement,  were shot dead in their Paris office.

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