With the Kurds left without allies, what are their options now? And what is the plan of action of the US? Watch to find out.
Many Kurdish lawmakers, journalists and civilian protesters suffered injuries at the hands of the riot police. Tear gas bombs, batons and high pressure water cannons were used to suppress the protests.
The three mayors, alleged to have links with the banned Kurdistan Workers’ Party, will be replaced by state-appointed governors. Protests broke out in the cities of Diyarbakir, Van and Mardin over the incident
The Communist Party of Turkey’s Fatih Mehmet Maçoğlu emerged victorious in the city of Tunceli. Meanwhile, the Peoples Alliance led by president Recep Tayyip Erdogan lost power in key metros, including Ankara and Istanbul
In this episode we look into death of Kurdish political prisoner Zülküf Gezen, Aurat Azadi March in Pakistan and Venezuelan opposition’s attempt to occupy consulate building in United States.
The decision to maintain some military presence in Syria is seen as a move aimed at protecting Kurdish groups aligned with the United States and a possible establishment of “safe zones” along the country’s northern border with Turkey.