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The women revolution of Kurdistan  – Sakine Cansiz – Part Two

 Years ago, Sakine Cansız had told us about the First PKK Congress and the Kurdish Liberation Struggle

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I lived fighting all my life – Sakine Cansiz- Part One

Sakine Cansız, a co-founder of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), was murdered in Paris on 9 January 2013. Years ago, Sakine had told us about her first years in the Kurdish struggle and her search for a full and free life

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Sakine, Fidan and Leyla

Sakine CANSIZ (Sara):12 February 1958- 9 January 2013 She was born in Dersim, She was Kurdish and Alevi. She defended both her identities which were forbidden by the Turkish Republic regardless of her position. Therefore, she joined the PKK, she

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The murder of Sakine, Fidan and Leyla: Many Questions to Answer

On the evening of 9 January 2013 Fidan Dogan (Rojbin), Sakine Cansiz (Sara) and Leyla Saylemez’s friends started to look for them after not hearing anything from them. On the same night at about 01:15, when they opened the Kurdistan

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Suspect in Kurdish Women Murder Dies in Prison

Omer Guney, the 34 year-old jailed suspect of the assassination of three Kurdish women activists in Paris in 2013 has died in hospital days before his trial. The only suspect in the killing of Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) founder Sakine Cansiz

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The Long Road to Peace

Making peace, as Gerry Adams continues to reiterate, quoting Nelson Mandela, is much more difficult than making war

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