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A car burned down due to Turkish airstrikes in Khana Sor, in the Sinune sub-district of Shingal Nov.19th, 2019

Turkish aircraft attack YBS headquarters; 20 dead or injured

by Patrick Harriganon November 20, 2019
[Shingal, Ezidikhan, Iraq. 20 Nov, 2019] Turkish aircraft on Wednesday conducted an airstrike on the headquarters of the Sinjar Protection Units (YBS) in northern Iraq, leaving twenty militiamen killed and wounded according to the Iraqi military. A statement by the media office of the Iraqi Joint Operations Command (JOC) said the air strike was conducted […]
Present day Ezidkhan, the Yezidi Nation

PM outlines Ezidikhan’s plans to UN

by Patrick Harriganon November 15, 2019
The Ezidikhan Public Information Bureau has obtained a copy of Ezidikhan Prime Minister Barjis Soso Khalaf's written response to a query from the United Nations Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Political Affairs and Electoral Assistance, Hon. Alice Walpoe about the Ezidikhan Provisional Government's intentions in these troubled and turbulent times.

Turkish warplanes strike Yazidi militia base in Shingal on 2019-11-04

Turkish jets repeat attack on Yezidi villages

by Patrick Harriganon November 6, 2019
The Yezidi village of Bara was struck for the second time in two days on Tuesday evening, following another suspected Turkish airstrike in a nearby village the day before. Three people are believed to have been injured in the Tuesday offensive, according to Yezidi media outlet EzidiPress. No civilians were reported to have died.
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Kurdish-ISIL collusion in 2014, investigators allege

by Patrick Harriganon November 1, 2019
The investigative panel created by the Provisional Government of Ezidikhan has submitted to the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights its narrative regarding purported criminal acts perpetrated against the Yezidi people in the period since the Iraq war began in 2003 up to the present day. The report details a disturbing pattern of ongoing practices by regional state actors, including the administration of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al Abdul and the administration of Massoud Barzani, President of ...