#Media #Oligarchs #Banks vs #union #occupy #BLM #SDF #DemExit #Humanity [VIDEO] The PKK through the years in the Kurdistan Region http://www.nrttv.com/EN/media-video-detail.aspx?Cor=2&Jimare=11992 The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) once sought just one mountain to carry out its military activities against Turkey, but now most of the mountain ranges between the Kurdistan Region-Turkey and Kurdistan Region-Iran are under its control...
Flag of Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). 2013 ceasefire In late 2012, the Turkish government began secret talks with Öcalan for a ceasefire. To facilitate talks, government officials transmitted letters between Öcalan in jail to PKK leaders in northern Iraq. On 21 March 2013, a ceasefire was announced. On 25 April, it was announced that the PKK would leave Turkey. Commander Murat Karayilan remarked "As part of ongoing preparations, the withdrawal will begin on May 8, 2013
Top News: "FRANCE POLITICS: Sakine Cansiz Death Sparks Massive Protests" - http://politicoscope.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Sakine-Cansiz-a-founder-of-the-Kurdistan-Workers-Party-PKK-in-the-early-1980s-and-two-other-Kurdish-women-were-found-dead-in-the-Kurdish-Information-Centre-in-Paris-.jpg - Sakine Cansiz, a founder of Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in early 1980s, and two Kurdish women were found dead in the Kurdish Information Centre in Paris. on Politics: World Polit
The Pkk-kurdistan Workers Partys Regional Politics: During and After the Cold War (Hardcover)
The Pkk-kurdistan Workers’ Party’s Regional Politics: During and After the Cold War
In an exclusive interview, Al-Monitor met Cemil Bayik, one of the main leaders of the Kurdistan Workers Party, in northern Iraq's Qandil Mountains to talk about the current dispute between the Kurds and Turkey and its impact on Iraq.
Pkk-kurdistan Workers’ Party’s Regional Politics : During and After the Cold War (Hardcover)
Profile: Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK)The Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) has been a thorn in Turkey's side for decades. The group, which has Marxist-Leninist roots, was formed in the late 1970s and launched an armed struggle against the Turkish government in 1984, calling for an independent Kurdish state within Turkey. Since then, more than 40,000 people have died.