By Matt Smith – Reuters DUBAI (Reuters) – Iraq’s reliance on Kurdistan for Internet connectivity due to Baghdad bureaucracy has put the northern autonomous region in control of three-quarters of Iraqi networks. This runs contrary […]
By Jonny Hogg Izmir (Reuters) – NATO is not considering establishing a “no-fly zone” in northern Syria, something Turkey has been calling for to alleviate security and humanitarian pressures on its southeastern borders, one of […]
Ryan Campbell – Huffington Post “[The Kurds] are the absolute antithesis of ISIS. [With] ISIS you have these incredible fundamentalists that are bloodthirsty and who believe they are doing God’s work, and then you have […]
November 25, 2014 Syrian activist groups said Syrian warplanes have conducted a series of airstrikes on the northeastern city of Raqqa that has been held by the extremist Islamic State group, killing at least 60 […]
Canadian volunteers have joined the ground war against ISIS. Are their actions legal? And would they fire at a radicalized Canadian?
Stewart Bell – Natioanal Post November 25, 2014 Dozens of Canadians have volunteered to fight ISIS in recent days, the founder of a support group said Monday amid reports that military veterans from several Western […]
Nazand Begikhani – Huffington Post November 24, 2014 SULAIMANIYA, Iraqi Kurdistan Region — An equality decree, number 22 of the year 2014, unique in the Middle East, recognizing the rights of women in Syrian Kurdistan […]
By Matin Hamarahem
Kurdish Daily News PKK, PJAK and Peshmerga forces liberated Kurdish towns of Jalawla and Sadiya on November 23.