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Iraqi Kurds protest Iran's artillery attacks

A group of Iraqi Kurdish activists and citizens demonstrated today in Arbil, the capital of the Kurdistan Regional Government, to decry Iran's artillery attacks in the Iran-Iraq border region. » read more

Iran's attacks on dissident group claim civilian lives

Iran’s shelling in the Iraqi border region has killed or wounded five civilians in the Sidkan. » read more

Iran condemns presence of PJAK leader in Germany

Iran has summoned the German charge d'affaires in Tehran to protest the fact that Abdolrahman Haj-Ahmadi, the leader of the militant Kurdish group PJAK, is now in Germany. » read more

Six IRGC members killed in conflicts with dissident group

A commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and five other Guards members have been killed in the conflict with the Kurdish militant group PJAK, says an Iranian media report. » read more

Iraq demands end to Iranian shelling

Iraq has called on the Islamic Republic to stop shelling in the Iraqi Kurdistan border region. Iraqi Foreign Minister Hooshyar Zibari has pressed his Iranian counterpart, Ali Akbar Salehi, to end the artillery attacks. » read more

IRGC says pursuit of PJAK forces continues

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has announced that the pursuit and punishment of the Kurdish militant group PJAK is still ongoing in the northwestern border region of Iran and Iraq. » read more

Iranian forces in conflict with PKK in Iraq

Conflicts between Iranian military forces and Turkey’s Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) continued through to Sunday morning in Iraqi territory, said PKK spokesman Ahmad Denise. » read more

Two more deaths in Iranian province of Kurdistan

Ebrahim Hosseini, a deputy commander of the Revolutionary Guards in the western Iranian province of Kurdistan, has announced that two people from the Selfi group were killed and other were arrested during recent operations in Sanandaj. » read more

PJAK claims responsibility for military attack in western Iran

The Kurdistan Free Life Party (PJAK) has claimed responsibility for the recent military attack near the western Iranian city of Marivon. » read more