The coronavirus continues to spread in northern and eastern Syria. On Saturday, the Health Committee of the Autonomous Administration reported 120 new infections within one day. 7,000 cases have been registered since the outbreak of the pandemic.
The Turkish president Erdogan announced judicial reform a good two weeks ago. Since then, at least 415 opposition members have been arrested in their apartments and on the streets.
Speaking at a panel where the ban on the PKK in Germany, which is now in its 27th year, was discussed, German attorney Lukas Theune said that the PKK could apply to the Ministry of Interior for the annulment of the ban and initiate a legal struggle.
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- "Civilians’ houses turned into “sharia” institutes in Serekaniye"19:28
- Over 400 people detained since Erdogan announced judicial reform18:23
- Civilian killed in clash between mercenaries in Gire Spi17:46
- Yazidi youth on vigil as human shields in Shengal16:19
- Aid campaign for Rojava and Maxmur15:44
- Two detained in Cizre15:09
- Theune: PKK can apply to the German Ministry of Interior14:34
- Tribute to Tahir Elçi in Amed: Your dream is our dream13:57
- Former HDP MP in prison goes on hunger strike13:21