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Kurdish forces capture 15 hamlets in desert area east of Raqqa
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Turkey shutters Kurdish language institute
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IRAQI FORCES CONTINUE ADVANCE ON EASTERN, SOUTHEASTERN MOSUL FRONTS
Kurdish politicians to appear in Turkish courts by force:
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Kurdish role in Raqqa offensive could trigger ethnic conflict: Turkish official
The Syrian army and Kurdish self-defense forces succeeded in liberating the industrial zone of Shkeif in northwestern Aleppo, according to a representative of the Kurdish militia.
US troops use white phosphorus in Iraq to ‘obscure’ Kurdish forces – newspaper
US sent weapons to Kurdish fighters in Syria, says Erdogan
Kurdish 'Angelina Jolie' devalued by media hype
BARZANI MEETS GERMAN DEFENSE MINISTER AHEAD OF MOSUL OFFENSIVE
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MANBIJ BUSTLES BACK INTO LIFE AFTER ISLAMIC STATE OUSTER
European Friendship Group steps in to help Yezidis in and outside Iraq
KURDS AIM TO TAKE MOSUL FROM ISIS IN NEW OFFENSIVE
Rojava university seeks to eliminate constraints on education in Syria’s Kurdish region
US signs military aid deal with Iraq's Kurdish fighters:
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Turkish soldiers who fought Kurds now branded as terrorists
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Top Syrian Kurdish leader seems to back Russian airstrikes
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Kurdish fighters push back Islamic State in northern Iraq
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PESHMERGA REGAIN EIGHT VILLAGES IN SOUTHERN KIRKUK
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Turkey's bombing of Kurds could unleash civil war
Kurdish Activists Camp Out Between Turkey's Army And Kurdish Fighters
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Militants have attacked Peshmerga forces with chemical warfare more than once, U.S. officials say
Denmark donates millions to hunt for Syrian war criminals - New UN effort aims to build up evidence against human rights violators
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Kurds pay tribute to 'hero' Erik Scurfield on anniversary of death
Turkish forces clash with anti-Daesh Kurdish forces in Syria
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Iran arrests dozens of Kurdish activists in fresh crackdown
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Kurdish family settles into new Lincoln home
Turkey stops Kurdish children's TV channel citing 'terrorism':
Turkey has stopped broadcasts of ten mostly-Kurdish TV channels, including the only Kurdish children's station. Authorities said the Kurdish cartoons constituted 'separatist' activity.
Peshmerga official: We will not enter Mosul, only Kurdish land
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Copenhagen doctors remain worried about new IT system
Despite improvements, doctors say the latest health platform is still not ready
New trade deals to connect Kurdish markets across borders
Kurdish forces free Dutch woman from IS territory in Syria
PUK STEPS UP EFFORTS AT UNIFICATION WITH FUTURE PARTY
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Government looking to cut billions from education and research
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Demirtas calls on government and PKK to halt violence
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