The Iraqi anti-terror Kata'ib Hezbollah group, which is part of the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) or Hashd Al-Shaabi, denounced the recent Turkish military strikes on the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region, calling on the Ankara government to withdraw its forces from the Arab country before it gets "too late.
Iraq's Popular Mobilization Unit (PMU), also known as Hashd al-Sha’abi, forces pounded hideouts of ISIS terrorist groups in two provinces of Kirkuk and Salahadin provinces on Sunday.
- Kurdistan Region electoral commission says polls could be postponed to 2023
- Salih Muslim: no progress in negotiations between Kurds and Damascus
- Bahceli blames Kilicdaroglu for Roboski visit
- Japan brings an end to the confusion of Turkey Kurdish refugees
- US approves Sweden, Finland NATO, Turkey warns of conditions
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The political crisis resulting from the conflict between Iraq's two main Shiite groups, the Sadrists and the Coordination Framework, is becoming more complicated with fewer options for a solution.
Saleh Muslim says that the negotiations between the Kurds and Damascus have not made any progress, and instead Russia has given the green light to Turkey to conduct ground operations against the Syrian Kurds, adding that the Russian government has agreed to Turkey drone attacks against the Kurds.
The AKP government, which faces an uphill battle to mend ties with the Alevi community ahead of next year’s elections, pledges to bring culprits to justice.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s continued political and financial support is needed for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to win re-election next year, a leading Russian analyst said on Monday, reflecting on a meeting between them in Sochi, Russia that has raised alarm in Western capitals.
Dr. Zheger Hassan believes Turkey has a lot of influence in the Kurdistan Region and as a result, there is no need to add it to its own soil.
The Kurdish National Council announced it would hold its fourth congress after several years of delay.
A member of the central committee of the Kurdish Democratic Party in Syria (P.D.K.S), stated: Turkey did not receive a message for a ground attack from Russia and the United States, but it wants to make dissatisfaction among the people by destabilizing the situation in northern Syria.
The head of the Kurdish Democratic Day Party in Syria stated: The self-governing administration is a successful example of democracy in the war-torn Syria, and Turkey does not want to see the existence of another Kurdish region on its borders.
The head of the Kurdistani Liberal Union Party stated the Kurds in Syria are discussing the formation of an operation room against a possible Turkish attack and other political issues with the central government in Damascus.
The head of the Independent High Electoral Commission and Referendum of the Kurdistan Region, Hendren Mohammed, said the Region’s parliamentary election might be postponed to March 2023.
The chairman of Iran-Iraq Joint Chamber of Commerce said that Iraq tries to increase import of gas from Iran.
Turkey Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) chair Devlet Bahceli criticized the main opposition leader’s visit to southeastern Sirnak province last week, saying that the move was aimed at provocation.
By recognizing a displaced Turkey Kurd's citizenship as a political refugee, the Japanese government paved the way to end the uncertainty of 2,000 Kurdish citizens of Turkey in Japan.
US President Joe Biden signed Washington’s approval for Sweden and Finland to join the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance (NATO) on Tuesday, describing it as a “watershed moment” for European and global stability.