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IRGC, PJAK both claim other side suffering casualties

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps and the Free Life Party of Kurdistan (PJAK), which have been fighting in northwestern Iran in recent months, have both announced that they have killed dozens of each other’s forces in the Sardasht region. » read more

IRGC resumes attacks against PJAK

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps has announced the launch of new operations against PJAK forces, Iranian media report. » read more

Iran says PJAK surrender imminent

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps announced yesterday that the dissident Kurdish group, the Free Life Party of Kurdistan (PJAK), will surrender within two months. » read more

Conflicting reports on arrest of top PKK member

Alaeddin Boroujerdi, the head of Iran's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, announced today that his earlier statements to ISNA regarding the arrest of the number-two top member of the Kurdish Workers Party (PKK), a Turkish separatist group, was on the basis of reports in the Turkish media adding that the news has not been confirmed by "competent Iranian sources." » read more

More sabotage at Iran-Turkey gas pipeline

The flow of natural gas from Iran to Turkey has been halted for the second time in a month by an explosion at the pipeline, this time in Turkish territory. » read more

Iran says PJAK forces almost destroyed

Iranian Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi says the PJAK organization is on the verge of destruction due to the "appropriate actions of the Revolutionary Guards." » read more

Authorities say gas pipeline bombers killed, arrested

The governor of Makou has announced that three of the people responsible for the recent gas pipeline bombing have been killed and another four have been arrested. » read more

Bombed pipeline back in use

Iran resumed gas exports to Turkey today after repairs were made to the pipeline damaged in yesterday’s explosion. » read more

PJAK forces attack Basij base near Sarvabad

PJAK militia forces have attacked a Basij base in Kurdistan, leaving one person dead and four wounded, Iranian media report. » read more

Iraq wants Iran to end artillery attacks

Iraqi Foreign Minister Houshyar Zibari announced yesterday that Iran must stop its artillery attacks on the Kurdish border regions of Iraq. » read more