Saeed Naqvi | Will the protests compel Iranian regime to begin gradual reforms?
The Iran unrest began in September when 22-year-old Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini died in the morality police’s custody
Raqqa campaign cements rising profile of Syria’s Kurds
When Syria’s conflict began with anti-government demonstrations in March 2011, Kurdish leaders largely kept out of the nascent uprising.
Turkey goes after ISIS, but Kurds are the real target
The Americans have been up to their tricks with ill-disguised intent on the heels of the festering Syrian civil war.
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