HDP deputies Sebahat Tuncel, Selma Irmak and Kemal Aktaş and a member of the executive board of the DTK, Feleknaz Uca, will carry out a sit-down protest and hunger strike in front of the United Nations building in Geneva after a series of meetings.

According to a statement issued by the Democratic Society Congress (DTK) the co-president of DTK and HDP deputy Selma Irmak, who carried out some observations in Kobanê, and HDP deputies Sebahat Tuncel, Kemal Aktaş and a member of the executive board of DTK, Feleknaz Uca, will hold a sit-down protest and hunger strike after meetings in Geneva to protest attacks by ISIS gangs on Kobanê. […]

Takva Haber, a news agency known to be close to ISIS, said that the release of 49 Turkish consular hostages yesterday was the result of negotiations between ISIS and the Turkish state.

According to Takva Haber, ISIS held three months of talks with Turkey. Takva Haber claimed that "no ransom had been paid", and that the releases occurred "after agreement had been reached in negotiations between the two states."

Takva Haber gave details of the 3-month long negotiations, saying the National Intelligence Organisation (MIT) and the Foreign Operations Directorate (DOP) had represented Turkey, while a body called the "Foreign Ministry of the Islamic State" had represented ISIS. […]

YPG forces carried out an operation in villages to the east of Kobanê last night, killing 20 ISIS gang members.

12 gang members were killed in the village of Aynel-Bet and 8 in the villages of Tilik and Kabaja.

The YPG forces are continuing operations this morning against ISIS gangs in villages to the east and west of Kobanê.

According to an ANHA reporter in the area, YPG forces are continuing operations against ISIS gangs in the villages of Aynel-Bet and Taşlok to the east of Kobanê and in Qişlê and Sosan to the west.

Clashes are reported to be continuing. […]

Following ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and al Sham) gang attacks on the Kobanê canton of Rojava, Left Party (Die Linke) member of the German Federal Parliament and the president of the Federal Parliament's United Nations sub-commission, Heike Hänsel, and a member of the board of the Left Party's Baden Würtemberg province, Gökay Akbulut, are to go to the Turkey-Syria border in order to carry out observations.

Heike Hänsel issued a statement saying: “the media says around 45 thousand people have crossed into Turkey because of the heavy attacks of the ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and al Sham) gangs on Kobanê, one of the 3 Cantons of Rojava and mostly populated by Kurdish people. […]

2 youths, Muhammed Mustafa and Muhammed Ali, who were seriously wounded in attacks by ISIS gangs in Kobanê, were kept waiting for hours at the Mürşitpınar border gate last night, even though they had suffered serious injuries.

While the Turkish authorities do everything they can to ensure the passage of ISIS gang members, when it comes to people from Rojava pressure of numbers is used as a pretext for delay.

Other citizens from Rojava, Orhan Şeğmus (19), Büşra Alomar Alahmat, (20) ve Ahmet Müslim (47), who were wounded in ISIS gangs attacks are being kept waiting in the Mehmet Akif İnan research and training hospital in Urfa. […]

It is reported that ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and al Sham) has sent dozens of children from Germany to conflict areas.
The president of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), Hans-Georg Maaßen, said that 24 children whose families live in Germany have joined the ranks of ISIS gangs.
The president of (BfV) told the Rheinische Post journal that Salafi organisations in Germany are attracting not only young people, but also children to its ranks.

Stating that 24 children from Germany have gone to Iraq and Syria where there is conflict, Maaßen said that the youngest child was just 13 years old. […]

IZMIR (DIHA) - Twelve officials have been detained in a second wave of operations as a part of the probe into the Soma mine disaster, which claimed lives of 301 workers in May.

Police detained officials from the Soma Coal Mining Company who were responsible for work safety and monitoring the data obtained by sensors and security camera footage at the mine. The Public Prosecutors’ Office ordered the detentions after receiving the second expert report on the accident. The number of detainees may rise further in the coming weeks, reports said.

Eight officials, including Soma Coal Mining Company Chief Executive Can Gürkan, General Manager Ramazan Doğru and Operating Manager Akın Çelik were arrested in the first operation. […]

KIRKUK (DİHA) - Kirkuk Governor Najmiddin Karim said the guerrilla forces played a major role in the defence of Sinjar, Makhmur and Kirkuk, adding: "all our forces fought side by side and prevented the enemy entering Kirkuk."

HPG guerrillas left the mountains to fight ISIS when the gangs began to threaten South Kurdistan, playing a significant role in the defence of the region. While on the one hand raising the morale of the people of South Kurdistan, on the other it demonstrated that no force could withstand the unity of Kurdish forces. Kirkuk Governor Najmiddin Karim spoke to ANF, thanking all the Kurdish forces that took part in the defence of Kirkuk, adding: "all our forces fought side by side and prevented the enemy entering Kirkuk. […]

BARTIN (DİHA) - One Chinese worker was killed and another was injured, after a coal mine collapsed in Amasra district of Bartın.

The accident happened at around 11.00 a.m. at a private coal mine in the Amasra district’s Tarlaağzı neighborhood, when piles of coal collapsed next to the area where miners prepare for work. The two Chinese workers were recovered from the rubble by their colleagues. One died at the scene while the other was rushed to Bartın State Hospital. […]

NEWS DESK (DİHA) - French jets carried out their first air strike against Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) militants in Iraq Friday, successfully destroying their target, President Francois Hollande announced, vowing that more operations would follow.

"This morning at 9:40, our Rafale planes carried out a first strike against a logistics depot of the terrorist organisation Daesh in north-east Iraq. The objective was hit and completely destroyed," Hollande's office said in a statement, using an alternative name for the extremist group. "Other operations will follow in the coming days," added the statement from Hollande's Elysee Palace office. […]

NEWS DESK (DİHA) - The Iranian regime henchmen hanged a group of four prisoners in public in city of Shiraz on Thursday.

The four men, Bahram Kiani, Edalat Rahimi, Mohammad Jamshidi and Jahanbakhsh B?roumand were hanged in one of the main squares in the city. Another prisoner was hanged in city of Marvdasht. On Friday, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's said in his annual report to the General Assembly expressed alarm at the recent increase in executions in Iran. The report said: the promises made by Hassan Rouhani "have not yet led to significant improvements, and restrictions on freedom of expression continue to affect many areas of life."

He also criticized Tehran for carrying out death sentences on juveniles. […]

NEWS CENTER (DİHA) - Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom -- along with England, Wales and Northern Ireland -- following a historic referendum vote. By 55% to 45%, a majority of voters rejected the possibility of Scotland breaking away and becoming an independent nation.

UK Prime Minister David Cameron welcomed Scotland's decision in a televised statement outside 10 Downing Street, saying it was a clear result. "Like millions of other people, I am delighted," he said. Cameron said he would have been heartbroken to see the United Kingdom broken up -- but paid tribute to the efforts of both sides in the campaign. […]

NEWS DESK (DİHA) - The New York Times revealed Sept. 19 that its reporter Ceylan Yeğinsu, who wrote a striking story on the recruitment efforts of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham (ISIS) at the heart of the Turkish capital Ankara earlier this week, has been receiving “messages that threaten her safety.”

After her report was published, Yeğinsu not only received strong reactions from officials, including President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, but was also targeted by the pro-government media, with a number of newspapers publishing her picture on their front page in a bid to trigger public outrage. […]

NEWS CENTER (DİHA) - The Islamic State in Iraq and the Sham (ISIS) gangs released a video of a British freelance photojournalist, John Cantlie, in which he says he is being held captive.

In the video posted on YouTube, Cantlie, wearing an orange jumpsuit, speaks to the camera in the style of a news report and promises to reveal in a series of programmes the "truth" about the jihadist group that has seized parts of Iraq and Syria. There was no immediate threat to his life apparent in the video. Cantlie, who had contributed to British newspapers including The Sunday Times and Sunday Telegraph, as well as to Agence France-Presse, said he was captured after travelling to Syria in November 2012. […]

KILIS (DIHA) - After Turkish soldiers wounded 2 shepherds on the Shadiye pasture of Rojava on Monday, soldiers have now shot 2 people at the border near Kilis.

The names of those shot are Fevzi Hûsen and Muhammed Hûsen. Fevzi Hûsen (16) and Muhammed Hûsen (25), who were trying to cross the Kilis border near the village of Doğançay, were shot by the Turkish soldiers. The incident occurred at around 16:00 on Tuesday. It is reported that Fevzi Hûsen was seriously wounded while Muhammed Hûsen suffered slight injuries.

The two, from the Dersivan Shilthat village in the Afrin Canton of Rojava, were taken to Kilis Hospital in order to be treated. […]

ERZURUM (DİHA) - Two students were taken into custody while they were going on to Atatürk University to recruit for lessons.

Erzurum Atatürk University Philsophy Department 3rd class student Ersin Bazyel and Law Faculty 2nd class student Zelal Karabalık went out from their homes to recruit for lessons. The university students were stoppped by undercover police officers in Yenişehir district. The police detained the two students with the claim of "making propaganda of organization."

The detainee students were brought to Erzurum police HQ. […]

NEWS CENTER (DİHA) - Queues formed outside polling stations as Scots came out en masse on Sept. 18 to vote for or against independence, with the "Yes" and "No" campaigns still vying to the last to win over voters in a blizzard of flags, posters and badges.

Voters turned out even before polling stations opened in Edinburgh - many speaking of their delight at the massive democratic participation, with official predictions of an up to 80 percent turnout. However, others breathed a sigh of relief after a long and sometimes bitter campaign. […]

KOBANE (DİHA) - The Press Office YPG revealed the identities of 2 fighters losing their lives during the response to the last attacks of ISIS on Kobane.

The Press Office of People's Protection Units (YPG) revealed the identities of two fighters losing their lives during the response to the last attacks of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Sham) mercenaries on Kobane Canton. ISIS terrorists began on the current September 14 a new attack on kobani using various types of heavy weapons in continues in full force yet. […]


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