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Society & Culture

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.

Chamchamal youths call for gun control

It's about to get dark, a number of armed men enter a house belonging to a government official, shooting 27 bullets at his car and his home...

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.

Wounded by ISIS, forgotten by officials

Saman Sidiq's surgery was complicated - he not only lost the chance to carry out his duty as a peshmerga but also lost the ability to use half of his body along with his tongue.

Knitting for 20 years without her eyes

Khabir Muhammad was born blind - ever since, her hands have been her guide to brighten her life.

Mother's death shakes a nation
Sewa ignored pain for her family's sake

Two months ago Sewa Qadir decided to ignore her husband's violent behavior to protect her family.

Hundreds of KRG’s oil refineries threaten the environment and people's health

Hundreds of illegal refineries threaten the health of people in the Kurdistan region

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. 

No award would return our dignity but justice: Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad

Nadia Murad asked the international community to alter their sympathy to action on the ground.

The never-ending misery of murdered journalist mother

Her face tells it all. With a black garment, a sign of suffering, she is crawled in the corner of her house