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Duhok activists in jail for 21 days, one of them taken to unknown place

Today, three detainees from the city of Duhok have been released; 16 activists still remain in prison.

KRG starts gun control

Guns are on display at an arms market in Erbil, Iraq's Kurdistan Region, Aug. 17, 2014. Photo:  SAFIN HAMED/AFP/Getty Images

The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Ministry of Interior eyes on the silence of all kinds of common guns among people, from RPG to MK47, and even pistols. 

Peshmerga‌s return to disputed areas is "a US plan"

After the Islamic State invasion, Peshmerga occupied the disputed areas, but withdrew from them on 16 October 2017. Photo: Peregraf

"Peshmerga will return hundred per cent. There has been an agreement, and only the implementation is left." 

Domestic violence and divorce threaten Kurdish familes

Tara Ahmed left her maternal home at a young age, with big dreams. 

Traffic incidents cause carnage in the Kurdistan Region

Ali and Karwan could not pay much attention to the road or their car's speed. They were driving to a place they have been trying to reach for years.

Kurdish men marry second-wife in Kirkuk

After he lost all hope for a second marriage in the Kurdistan Region, Qadir Majid went to Kirkuk, to marry his second wife without any legal restrictions.

After three years of ISIS torture, Layla is looking for her husband

Layla Taalo spent three difficult years, with all kinds of physical and psychological torture. 

Gunrunning, a trade in the open

Gunrunning, a trade in the open

The market is entirely different. People deal with guns and ammunition. The deal is illegal but conducted in the open.