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Iran accuses Israel of attacks at Isfahan Iran blames Israel for last week’s attack on Isfahan military site

Iran asserted its right to defend itself after the failed drone strikes at the military workshop complex in Isfahan late on Saturday night

Turkish attacks in Iraq Iraq demands UN intervention against continued Turkish violations of its sovereignty

During a special session of the UN Security Council on Tuesday, UN Special Representative in Iraq Jeanine Hennis Plasschaert said that the Turkish attack on Zakho in Iraqi Kurdistan earlier this month showed “shocking disregard for civilian life”

Turkish attack in Iraqi Kurdistan Protests break out as Turkish artillery fire kills 9 and injures several others in Zakho in Iraqi Kurdistan

The Iraqi government demanded an official apology from Turkey as well as the immediate withdrawal of all Turkish forces from the country. Opposition groups in Turkey called the attack against civilians a war crime

Daily Round-up | Turkey accused of war crimes after drone strike & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from Turkey’s drone strike in Iraqi Kurdistan, the hunger strike of Palestinian prisoners, repression in Morocco, and a court verdict on elections in Brazil

Turkish attack inside Iraqi Kurdistan kills five civilians, injures two

Scores of Iraqis have been killed since Turkish forces launched their so-called Operation Claw Lock in Iraqi Kurdistan in April, allegedly to fight the Kurdish Workers Party (PKK)

Iraq bill against ties with Israel Iraqi parliament introduces bill to criminalize establishment of relations with Israel

The bill is considered to be an attempt to block the growing US pressure on Arab countries to “normalize” relations with Israel under its so-called Abraham Accords

Iraq demands halt to Turkish attacks in Kurdistan region, denies cooperating with offensive

Turkey, a NATO member, began its land and air invasion inside northern Iraq on April 17. It is targeting the forces of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and Syrian YPG militia

What is happening in Turkey?

Despite the announcements from the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan that “everything is under control”, Turkey is experiencing one of the deepest crises in recent years. A conversation with Hasan Durkal.

At least eight people killed in anti-government protests in Iraq’s Kurdistan region

The protesters, mostly government employees and unemployed youth, are demanding timely disbursal of their delayed salaries and employment