On the 5th of March 1991, along with the falling rain, a piece of news reaches Chwarqwrna Provice from Ranya that goes:
The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) have signed an agreement.
Gorran has tightened its conditions to a thorough reform in its new agreement with the KDP
16 activists still remain in prison.
In winter 1999, the leaders of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) held their sixth congress in the Zagros Mountains.
"Peshmerga will return hundred per cent. There has been an agreement, and only the implementation is left."
It has been four days since scores of activists have been locked behind bars in Duhok.
Only an adolescent by age, but a mature man for his family.
A jailed Kurdish lawmaker who has been on a hunger strike for 69 days, despite her critical health condition, is not ready to end her strike.
Bakir and the residents of his village have been armed for nine months to protect their village.