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  • Kurdish Doctor Makes Strides in Human Heart Cell Regeneration

    A groundbreaking medical research project is underway in Germany, led by Dr. Sarkawt Hamademin, a distinguished medical researcher and professor at Soran University, in collaboration with a team of

  • Zagros Mountain Trail Invites Explorers

    “Can you help me translate? I want to ask the shepherd where this trail leads.” This was the query posed to me by Leon McCarron, a Northern Irish adventurer, filmmaker, and author, during our time

  • Revisiting Salim Barakat’s What About Rachel, the Jewish Lady?

    Salim Barakat is a Syrian-Kurdish writer who writes in Arabic and is well known for leaving a unique mark on contemporary Arabic literature, especially in both poetry and novels. He has published ma

  • Armenians Rebuild Centuries-Old Church

    As you walk down the narrow alleys of Zakho’s old quarter, a city in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) located just a few kilometers from the Turkish border, a striking sight unfolds before you: an

  • Recovering Oak Forests to Combat Climate Change

    Within the context of addressing the issue of climate change, all proposed solutions are invariably aimed at establishing a mechanism for the sequestration and absorption of potent greenhouse gases,

  • From Erbil to Glory

    In the capital of the Kurdistan Region, where the land itself seems to whisper stories of indomitable spirits, one young fighter has ignited a blazing path of glory in the world of kickboxing. His j

  • Breathing New Life into Kurdish History

    Iraj Qaderi Azar, known by his artistic pseudonym Zhilemo, has traveled with a trove of dozens of paintings and sketches from Mahabad – once the capital of the Republic of Kurdistan, a country estab

  • Gulan Charity Showcases Halabja’s Golden Days

    The Gulan Charity was established in 2009 with the primary goal of celebrating and preserving Kurdish culture within the UK. “We believe that Kurdish identity, culture, and history is something to b

  • Kobane Wine: A Toast to Kurdistan

    One of the more mysterious elements of Kurdish culture to foreigners is how alcohol consumption is permitted in a largely Muslim society and how locals view the practice. This nuanced relationship d

  • Inspiring Education in Kurdistan

    On September 20, 2023, a grand opening ceremony unfolded at the Catholic University of Erbil (CUE), signifying the inauguration of a new public library: Vision Library – CUE. This remarkable project

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