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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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Against Erasure: Art and Sudan’s Sit-in

More than 100 people were killed and hundreds injured in the government’s June 3 attack on a sit-in in Khartoum

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Psychology, meet politics

Our inner and outer crises are two sides of the same coin. It’s time we acted on that fact

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Dareen Tatour’s Appeal Partially Accepted: Poem Is Not a Crime

An update on the ongoing struggle of Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour by Marcia Lynx Qualey of Arabit.org

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Another Soul on IceTurkey’s Ongoing Attack on ‘Freedom’

Ahmet Altan, 69 year old writer…is in cell in Silivri Prison, on the outskirts of Istanbul

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Butcher’s dozen: The crimes of Bloody Sunday 47 years on

Shock and disbelief is the reaction to the decision of the Northern Ireland Prosecution Service to charge only one British Paratrooper in connection with the murder of 14 innocent civil rights marchers on Derry’s “Bloody Sunday,” January 30, 1972

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“We have work to do”. ‘Only in Rojava’, for the people of Rojava

Irish poet Séamas Carraher once more puts into words, the feelings and emotions difficult to express with the articulated sound

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Poems from a guerrilla Autumn A poetry book from Kurdistan to appreciate the value of freedom

Autumn is the title of a little, precious book of poems, thoughts, fragments of lives. A book of partisan notes from Kurdistan, as the curators say

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