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In their secret Kurdish Enclave; Are the PKK a Terrorist Group?

In their secret Kurdish Enclave; Are the PKK a Terrorist Group?

  Spread across the borders of countries such as Iran, Iraq, and Turkey, the Kurds are a largely nomadic people numbering over 30 million in population. Approximately 4,000 years ago, they were an indigenous group living in the highlands of Kurdistan (part of the Ottoman Empire)—present day south-eastern Turkey and areas across north-eastern Syria, northern […]

War-zone Correspondent Lee Sin-seok: “Reaching the World’s Most Disadvantaged”

War-zone Correspondent Lee Sin-seok: “Reaching the World’s Most Disadvantaged”

  Peace was at the heart of World War II reconciliation, but countless regions across the world, particularly Asia, remain war-torn and devastated by ongoing conflict. For 15 years, war-zone correspondent Lee Sin-seok has traveled far and wide to reach refugees—those who have experienced the worst of such wars—to share in their pain and understand […]

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