Health & Science
Time for an Independent Kurdistan
PNA-American Newspaper ,An independent Kurdistan is now more feasible than ever.Today, Iraqi Kurds have an autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), a military with a civilian commander-in-chief, and modern state institutions. Kurdistan has attracted billions in foreign investment, and is the only place in Iraq where Westerners truly feel safe.
Senior KRG delegation highlights Kurdistan and emphasizes critical situation in Iraq
PNA-Washington DC, USA (KRG.org) - senior delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) spent a week in Washington meeting with key Administration officials, Members of Congress, the U.S. business community and several non-governmental organizations.
Scottish legislator: ‘I wanted the whole world to know I love the Kurdish people’
PNA-Glasgow, Scotland - At a recent session in the Scottish Parliament to discuss the Kurdish genocide, Scottish Labour Party member Hanzala Malik appeared in traditional Kurdish clothes. In this interview with Rudaw he explains that the Scottish Parliament has given the Kurdish people the maximum support it can within its powers.
UK parliamentary recognition of Kurdish Genocide in Iraq: What this means for minority groups today
PNA-On the 25th Anniversary of the Halabja poison gas attack against Iraqi Kurds, Awaz Raoof, a UK lawyer currently assisting Minority Rights Group’s legal cases team, reports back from the UK’s House of Commons.
KRG Representation in Poland hosts Newroz reception
PNA-Krakaw, Poland (KRG.org) – More than 300 guests last week celebrated Newroz at a reception in Krakaw, Poland which included a theatre performance by Polish students as well Kurdish music and dance.
Whatever you think of the Iraq War, for the Kurds it was a liberation
PNA-Talk of 'invasion' and 'occupation' ignores the effect on a long-suffering minority.
Saddam wanted to destroy us
PNA-The attacks on Halabja, in which 5,000 people were killed, are considered the worst poison gas attacks sinceWorld War II.
Is Kurdistan an Iraqi success story?
PNA-The 10th anniversary of the start of the Iraq war this week is a fitting occasion to consider the current status of religious and ethnic minorities in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI).
The lesson from Halabja is that slaughter must be stopped
PNA-The ongoing slaughter in Syria is neither the first nor the worst tragedy in that neighborhood.
Interview with KRG UK Representative on British parliament’s recognition of Kurdish genocide
PNA-Last week the British parliament formally recognised the Kurdish genocide in Iraq. This follows a year-long petition campaign in the UK and lobbying within parliament by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Kurdistan Region.
Campaigners win Parliamentary debate in UK on Kurdish genocide in Iraq
PNA-It has been announced today that the British Parliament will debate a motion calling for formal recognition of the mass murder of Kurdish people in Iraq as genocide. The news follows a tireless campaign for recognition, supported by more than 27,500 British citizens, who have all signed an e-petition demanding justice for the murdered Kurds.
An Interview with Kurdistan PM Nechirvan Barzani: The Priority is to Achieve Self-Sufficiency within the new Federal Iraq
PNA-(Marcopolis ),The KRG has 14 representations across the world that are used to promote political, economic and cultural ties between Kurdistan and the world at large, and we are welcomed in many capitals as heads of states.
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