The PKK has backed itself into a corner through its attacks, policies and tactics and now faces a growing alliance against it.
It's been nearly three years since a new governance and security infrastructure was put in place in Afrin, Syria - but the menace of terror still haunts its people.
US Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden’s controversial views on Turkey and its ‘Kurds’ are disconnected from ground realities.
With millions suffering from years of war and severely degraded medical facilities, countries at war cannot pay the price of a new frontline.
Turkey's FM Mevlut Cavusoglu says what is wanted for Baltics should be wanted for Turkey after meeting in Ankara with Masrour Barzani, the PM of Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish Regional Government.
Nechirvan Barzani, a powerful Kurdish leader in northern Iraq, argues that Turkey is targeting terrorists, not ‘the Kurds’.
President of the Kurdish Regional Government in Northern Iraq, Nechirvan Barzani, said that his government had previously warned Syrian Kurds to distance themselves from the PKK terror group.
Despite the strong enmity between the Qatari owners of Al Jazeera and the Saudi owners of Al Arabiya, their English coverage took a largely similar tone, and both failed to present Turkish ground realities in an accurate or fair manner.
If there were peace then the PKK would lose its relevance - and this has been proven repeatedly.
Turkish presidency's communications director condemned the Arab League for mischaracterising Turkey’s anti-terrorism operation in northeastern Syria as an “invasion".
The West's fetishisation of the YPG in northern Syria is ignorant and insulting to all Kurds - and that's just one part of a broad narrative riddled with hypocrisy and an ignorance of history.
The protesting parents say the HDP helps the PKK terrorist organisation recruit their sons and daughters, using brainwashing tactics. And they want their kids back.
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