Arabic | Kurdish



History lives in Machko, a book-lined teahouse in Erbil, capital of Iraqi Kurdistan. With a controversial independence referendum looming, the past is once again determining the future as the lessons of history are not necessarily being learned.

2017/09/10 | 19:05

(Iraq Now News)-

… Kurdish Democratic Party) and Jalal Talabani of the PUK (Patriotic Union of Kurdistan … State (IS) group captured Mosul, capital of the Ninawa … hardship under the dictator Saddam [Hussein].

But now we … Erbil and Baghdad

The capital of Iraqi Kurdistan is a Barzani …

Note: The post (History lives in Machko, a book-lined teahouse in Erbil, capital of Iraqi Kurdistan. With a controversial independence referendum looming, the past is once again determining the future as the lessons of history are not necessarily being learned.) appeared first on (Iraq Today) and do not necessarily reflect the position of IraqNow.news.
You can read the original text from the source (Iraq Today).










Trending Now


⋙ Swine flu kills three people so far in Iraqi Kurdistan, 20 cases recorded: minister

⋙ Kurdish film ‘Ji Bo Azadiyê’ banned from screening in Sulaimani, Iraqi Kurdistan

⋙ Supporters of Iraqi Shiite militia storm, burn a security post at U.S. embassy in Baghdad

⋙ Political vacuum could upend key Oil Ministry plans

⋙ Iraqi Cabinet decisions: Dec. 30, 2019

Videos - Photos

⋙ Syrian Army seizes weapons cache left behind by jihadists in Idlib: video

⋙ Tense moment as Iraqi protesters storm US embassy: video

⋙ Jihadist rebels position heavy weapons near Turkish base in Idlib: photos


ISIS News

⋙ Syrian Army seizes weapons cache left behind by jihadists in Idlib: video

⋙ Tense moment as Iraqi protesters storm US embassy: video

⋙ Kurdish-led counter-terrorism units prevent ISIS New Year’s attack in Syria

⋙ Shadow of strife looms over Iraq's political crisis

⋙ Turkey repatriates 2 Belgian female ISIS suspects

⋙ ISIS attack in Kurdistan Region kills 3 and wounds 8, including children

⋙ Lebanon: Protesters block roads as petrol crisis deepens