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Clashes in Shingal divide Yazidi, Kurdish community - Kom News

6.3.17

Clashes in Shingal divide Yazidi, Kurdish community - Kom News: The clashes have attracted criticism from all sides with Yazidi and Kurdish parties across the Kurdish regions and Europe calling for an immediate cessation to hostilities. Demonstrations in Rojava, the Kurdish-led autonomous administration in northern Syria, as well as several European cities and Sulaimani in the KRG have called for dialogue and a retreat of peshmerga forces. A protest was prevented in the KDP-dominated Erbil, the capital of the KRG.

Accusations of which side initiated the clashes have been replaced by discussions of legitimacy and who has the right to presence in Shingal, an area still contested over by the KRG and the Iraqi central government in Baghdad.


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