Health & Science
UNESCO Condemnes ISIS destruction of Iraqi cultural heritage
PNA - UNESCO chief Irina Bokova on Sunday voiced support for the Iraqi government against barbaric destruction of the Iraqi cultural heritage
Kurdish pope star risk it all for independence
PNA - Kurdish pop singer Helly Luv says she will not be put off by death threats from Iraqi Islamist militants since release of her first music video.
World's oldest man dies aged 111
PNA - The world's oldest man, a retired chemist and parapsychologist, has died in New York at the age of 111.
Maleficent propels Angelina Jolie to top of US box office
PNA - Disney live-action film Maleficent, starring Angelina Jolie, has debuted at the top of the North American box office, taking $70m.
Prominent Kurdish artist Abbas Kamandi passes away
PNA - Iranian Kurdish prominent artist and singer, writer and poet Abbas Kamandi passed away early morning on Thursday in a hospital in his birthplace Sanandaj, northwest of Iran.
Camilo Guevara wants to visit Kurdistan
PNA - The Son of the Cuban rebellion , Che Guevara, known for his desire to visit Kurdistan , stressing that the politician must be an artist and not necessarily for the artist to be a politician
Gabriel García Márquez: Nobel Prize-Winning Author Dies At 87
PNA - literary great Gabriel García Márquez has passed away. The Nobel Prize-winning author, who will be forever remembered for his works ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ and ‘Love in the Time of Cholera’, died on April 17. He was 87 years old.
Film on Kurdish genocide gets UK premiere at London festival
PNA - Marking the 26th anniversary of the Anfal genocide in Kurdistan, the London Kurdish Film Festival will on Sunday host the UK premiere of the award-winning documentary “1001 Apples”.
Donald Rumsfeld Confronted About False Iraq And 9/11 Connection In New Documentary
PNA - The Unknown Known," a new documentary by Errol Morris slated to be released on April 4, covers the life and career of former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld with a focus on the runup to the Iraq War.
"Frozen" breaks records as highest-grossing animated film in box office history
PNA - Disney's hit film "Frozen" has become the top-grossing animated film in box office history, knocking Woody off his pedestal. With its opening in Japan this weekend, "Frozen" has taken the top spot and pushed its worldwide box office to an estimated $1.072 billion, pushing past "Toy Story 3."
‘One Candle, Two Candles ...,’ About Forced Marriage
PNA - There may be knee-slappers to be written about forced marriage, but they aren’t to be found in the goofy, slapdash “One Candle, Two Candles ....” The Kurdish filmmaker Jano Rosebiani, who directed the well-received drama “Jiyan,” about the aftermath of chemical attacks, inflicts an antic approach on the story of a teenager betrothed to a rich older man. Sparks do not fly.
German artist gives masterclass to Syrian refugee children in Iraqi Kurdistan
PNA - Award-winning graphic artist Reinhard Kleist says working with Syrian refugee children in northern Iraq as part of an ambitious multimedia project was the most emotional work he has ever done.
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